Category Archives: Green Cars
SUVs, there are some who love to hate them while others who hate loving them! Both sides have their own reasons. The haters will point out the massive proportions of an SUV, their slight ostentatious looks and their much discussed effects on the environment. The SUV lovers will tell you that it is one of
While the Cadillac brand-name has always been associated with opulent luxury in automobiles, the Urban Luxury Hybrid Hatchback Concept represents an intelligently crafted amalgamation of extravagance with economy. First revealed at the 2010 L.A. Motor Show, this Concept car created quite an uproar in the motor world, and with good reason too. The Urban
Weekly Automotive Wrap Up – June 23, 2012 – BMW, New Bentley Speedster, Dodge Dart 2013, Nissan LEAF and More.
BMW Launch of i-Series in Rome. Luxury automaker BMW began its worldwide road show of the BMW i Born Electric Series in Rome this week. The road show will visit 6 cities in the next year including New York in November 2012. The i-Series are low impact environmentally friendly vehicles boasting zero emissions, an all
On June 15, 2012, the Ford Motor Company released its 13th annual Sustainability Report. The report, titled “Blueprint for Sustainability: Accelerating Ahead”, highlighted Ford’s achievements over the past 12 months in various social, economic and environmental issues. The report outlines significant efforts by Ford in a number of areas including reducing carbon emissions by 8%
We have compiled data regarding the most fuel efficient SUV from the last 12 months. We have reviewed the fuel efficiency 141 SUVs from car makers across the globe running on standard engines – we ignored hybrid or electric data for the sake of this article (stay tuned for our analysis on hybrid and
On May 30, Mazda launched an upgrade to the Mazda Demio (the Demio is known as the zippy Mazda 2 in overseas markets). The upgrade features sportier look with the addition of a rear spoiler, however, the real news is the enhanced fuel efficiency. In Japan, Japanese car makers have a real incentive to increase