Category Archives: Green

What You Need to Know About the Rumored Honda “Baby NSX”


Honda’s long-rumored “Baby NSX” is nothing new. In fact, the rumor mill has been churning at full speed since the NSX bowed out in 2005 and the Honda S2000 departed in 2009. But now, with the new-age Acura NSX slated to reach production in late 2016, a new report suggests that it won’t be alone.  Continue Reading »

Freeing the Masses from Gasses and How Tesla Isn’t There Yet


This week, Tesla served the first Model X hors d’oeuvre, pulling the industry just a tiny bit closer to electric religion. While the electric Model X may seem to be automotive salvation and yet more Tesla revolution to some, a few facts bear singling out in the truthful, airy light of day amidst the NOx and particulates of recent news. Continue Reading »

Drive a Mercedes EV? You Have These Cars to Thank


Not long ago, the mass market electric car was thought of as some fanciful pipe dream. Today we know that’s clearly not the case, as some of you may own one. For those that do, specifically a Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive, may we present to you its forbears.  Continue Reading »

Panoz Unveils DeltaWing GT Concept, One Step Closer to Road Car


Progress in the automotive world is typically marked by a few major breakthroughs, and a whole lot of evolution. By and large change in the car world happens in increments, but then there are some really out there ideas that take things in a whole new direction. That might be what we are looking at with this Panoz DeltaWing GT concept.

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And the Winner Is…No Longer the VW Jetta TDI and Audi A3 TDI

volkswagen green car award return photo

Green Car Journal has taken back the awards given to the VW Jetta TDI and Audi A3 TDI in light of the #Dieselgate scandal. Yet, the Audi USA president in effect said, “Meh, we win hundreds of these things.” [That may not be a direct quote.] Continue Reading »

Tesla Owners Claim the P85D Doesn’t Make All 691 Horsepower


What isn’t there to love about the jaw-dropping Tesla Model S P85D? When it debuted a year ago, the announcement had news outlets salivating over its 691 horsepower performance, putting it in league with some of the world’s most exotic supercars.  Continue Reading »

Chevrolet Colorado Diesel to Get Extra Attention From EPA and CARB

2015 Chevrolet Colorado Front

It was only a matter of time before regulators decided they’d best take a closer look at diesel vehicle emissions claims and it looks like the Chevrolet Colorado is the first on their list. Both the EPA and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) notified General Motors that the new diesel Colorado won’t be certified until it has been road tested and lab tested.

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What Can We Expect from the Apple Car?

Apple-Car-Self Driving

Apple has been at the forefront of some of the biggest tech products of our time. From smartphones to tablets to smart watches the folks at Cupertino are almost always on the leading edge. Now that the auto industry is poised for big changes, Apple is hard at work on a product. What exactly they are working on is another question entirely.

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EPA Says Tesla Model X SUV Has a 257-Mile Range


Earlier today, we brought you five things you need to know about the upcoming Tesla Model X. It looks like you can add one more. The California-based electric vehicle maker is set to officially unveil the production model tonight, along with a host of other specs, but for now, we know how far you’ll be able to go on one charge.

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The Gi FlyBike is the Foldable e-Bike Built for the City


City dwellers know the feeling well. Space is always at a premium—in the home, in the office, and everywhere in between. An inch here or an inch there can go a long way…and for those with unwieldy bicycles or e-bikes, this new foldable two-wheeler comes as a welcome sight.  Continue Reading »