BMW Eco-friendly Cars to Drive into Korea Next Year

September 6, 2010 / No Comments

German carmaker BMW has launched its eco-friendly The hybrid cars in Korea with the promise of a roll out  in the coming year. The 320d Efficient Dynamics edition was unveiled during an event in Korea, with the range including two new hybrid electric vehicles namely ActiveHybrid 7 and ActiveHybrid X6.

Built from recycled plastic bottles “T25 Supermini Car” turns your head around

June 1, 2010 / No Comments

Designer Gordon Murray’s micro car instantly reminds one of Mr. Beans’ car of choice, a British Leyland Mini 1000 which was also became a character of sorts for the British television comedy series. All the recollection and resemblance apart, Murray’s lively little car “T25 Supermini Car,” is ready to really turn the heads around by its super cute mini look ...

Bugatti builds 800 HP electric supercar prototype

May 28, 2010 / 2 Comments

Supercars are all high end exotic cars with performance greatly superior to that of its contemporaries. There’s news that Bugatti has actually built an 800bhp battery-powered supercar that exemplifies the balance between environmental and dynamic performance.

Porsche 918 Spyder Gets Supercar Performance, 78mpg

March 2, 2010 / No Comments

Ready for a debut at the Geneva Motor Show, the Porsche 918 plug-in hybrid vehicle claims supercar performance, with a clean conscience. The concept car aims to put together fuel efficiency and performance in a single package. It has two electric motors, one for each axle, and with a total output of 218hp. A V8 engine with 500 hp is ...

I.DE.A Sofia Concept Headed to Geneva

March 1, 2010 / No Comments

The Geneva Motor Show will see the I.DE.A institute unveil a new concept car, the Sofia. The concept has been created as a nod to classic Italian design, but with modern sensibilities. Sofia concept is a premium four door sedan with sport looks and a low emission powertrain.

The Five Most Fuel-Efficient and Affordable Cars of 2010

December 8, 2009 / No Comments

2010 is sure shaping up to be a good year for the smart car shopper, more than the previous ones. There are going to be 20 cars, SUVs and hatchbacks which are better than 30 mpg. However, as efficient as those cars may be, the cost for them isn't very attractive, especially if you're counting your money carefully. In fact, ...

Warren Buffet Breaks 3 Rules, Invests in Chinese Electric Car Company – BYD

April 14, 2009 / No Comments

Warren Buffet is breaking his own rules. The rules - When a management with a reputation for brilliance tackles a business with a reputation for bad economics, it is usually the reputation of the business that remains intact. You should invest in a business that even a fool can run, because someday a fool will. And perhaps most famously, Never invest in a business ...

President Obama Injects $2.4 billion into The Electric Vehicle Industry

March 20, 2009 / No Comments

The nation that leads the world on energy will be the nation that will lead the world in the 21st century— or at least that's the clear message emanating from the White House. Investing in the technology and energy of the future, President Barrack Obama unveiled a $2.4 billion dollar boost for electric vehicle development in the US and urged the ...

Japan’s Honda, Nissan Still Going Green, Um, Strong

November 23, 2008 / No Comments

Japanese carmakers, Honda Motor Co. and Nissan Motor Co. are still going green. All the while, GM and America's car makers have their hands out. In separate events - Nissan announced it was redesigning its Cube subcompact in hopes of moving in on the Japanese fetish for small cars that save on the miles. Nissan will sell the car around the world, ...

Fuel-saving Cars – Key to Competitiveness, says Honda

October 28, 2008 / 1 Comment

Honda knows that fuel-saving cars and low inventory are the keys to staying competitive. The company also knows that saving fuel is saving our environment and producing cars on demand doesn't tax other global resources as well. Honda's President was interviewed - excerpts: "Compact cars like the Jazz (known as the Fit in Japan) remain stable in the region, but we are having ...