As the Obama administration today releases final rules for reaching a 54.5 mile per gallon fuel economy by 2025, auto companies say they’ve already begun working to meet the challenge.
Ford is opening a new Advanced Electrification Center.
Mitsubishi’s take on the electric car is not even close to the standards set by the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf.
WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert takes us for a ride in a concept electric vehicle that finds interesting ways to maximize space.
General Motors starts work on a solar power generating station at its Orion Township Plant.
Despite high gas prices, hybrid owners aren’t repeating their purchases.
General Motors’ first natural gas powered pickup trucks are set to launch next month.
General Motors CEO Dan Akerson defends both the Chevy Volt, and his company’s independence before a congressional committee today.
GM signing a deal with a battery supplier aimed at getting electric vehicles to market faster, and in greater numbers.
Flanked by the CEO’s of the three domestic auto companies, President Obama Friday confirmed a deal to raise fuel economy standards to 54 and a half mile per gallon by 2025.