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What came first, the electric car or the charging station? In an increasing number of cities, it's the network of places to plug in.
One man’s quest to promote rail travel.
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Not all conservatives think electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles are a socialist plot--but some do!
Fifty international teams will vie for the Automotive X Prize, building vehicles that are energy efficient, clean, and safe.
Two of the car company’s head honchos discuss their newest model of the Mini Cooper.
European carmakers have been slow to adopt hybrids, and the new Mercedes entry is not exactly game-changing: It's too heavy to be truly fuel-efficient. But five stars for Dianne Reeves!
Improved U.S. battery technology can't come quick enough. With it would come more affordable eco-friendly vehicles and much-needed jobs.
With Segway's help, General Motors enters the personal mobility business -- with a tilting vehicle that resembles a tricked-out wheelchair.
Thinking of buying a used car? Join the club. New car sales have fallen by six million in two years. In troubled times, here are some smart choices.
Despite recent breakthroughs, experts say batteries still aren't cheap, long lasting, and safe enough for mass production.
Henrik Fisker says he'll complement his glamorous $80,000 Karma with a scaled-down, wallet-friendly high-performance hybrid — if he can get a government loan to build a factory.
Obama's task force forces a showdown with automakers, and new survival plans are likely to reimagine the companies as both smaller and greener.
The 2010 Prius bristles with new features, from solar panels to smart cruise control.
Toyota's third-gen hybrid can park itself. A rooftop solar panel keeps the interior cool, and sensors will keep you in line on the highway. And, oh yes, it gets 50 mpg.
Acts of civil disobedience — like moonshine during prohibition — are common, but does using vegetable oil as fuel carry the same weight?
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.