Green cars are all the rage lately, but can be a bit pricey. Check out these affordable car options that are better for the environment.
Hybrid vehicles are becoming more popular every year, but not all hybrids are created equal. What are the best hybrid vehicles of 2019?
Details of the next McLaren F1 reveal great things are ahead in performance and — in a surprising twist — creature comforts.
Nissan is looking to make a splash down at the Miami Auto Show, and has decided to do so with a redesigned, hybrid powered Rogue that likes to tango.
The Acura MDX has gotten a makeover for 2017, and now, it has a hybrid option.
Here are the 5 hybrids that return the least value when matched against the MSRP of the same gas model.
After swinging and missing with hybrid pickups a few years ago, GM has a pair of newcomers that could really catch on.
Deciding it hasn’t gone far enough with the LC 500 coupe; Lexus is adding the benefits of electrical power.
The next wave of plug-in hybrids is making its presence felt on the U.S. market. Here’s what’s available and what’s next.
With the 2016 Malibu Hybrid getting a peak of 48 MPG at $28,645, we compare its economy against 3 midsize hybrid sedans.
After a near 15-year absence, Mercedes-Benz is working on a new hypercar to take on the likes of Bugatti, Ferrari, Porsche, and McLaren.
The plug-in hybrid EV market is about to get a lot more exciting for U.S. consumers. Here are 5 models set to debut this fall.
There’s word that Nissan will be bringing a baby Rogue and possibly a Rogue hybrid to the hot U.S. crossover market.
The 2016 Hyundai Sonata will offer the longest range of any plug-in midsize sedan. Here’s how it stacks up otherwise against Ford and Honda.
Porsche hasn’t yet nixed the idea of hybridizing the 911 to create what we like to think would be a baby 918.
It was only a matter of time after the hybrid Lexus NX made its debut, and it’s here — a hybrid-powered RAV4, for all your green suburban commuting needs.
Volkswagen debuted the new Cross Coupe GTE at the Detroit Auto Show, offering a glimpse at what the German automaker has to come in the future.
In the year of cheap gas, it took one heck of a hybrid to sell in the U.S. Here are the 7 vehicles that beat the odds in 2014.
Hybrid cars were a godsend back when gas prices soared, but plug-ins and plug-in hybrids may be shaking their grasp on the green car market.
Ford is not stopping development of the F-150 hybrid with gas prices nearing five-year lows. Here’s why the need for hybrid pickups remains.
Hyundai is considering a dedicated hybrid model that would compete directly with the Toyota Prius.
Here’s why Ford is hesitating with plug-in hybrid vehicles in Europe.
Chrysler’s plug-in hybrid minivan may make it to market a year early, becoming the first hybrid minivan in a segment that could desperately use it.
The second Mitsubishi Outlander plug-in hybrid EV has arrived at the Paris Motor Show. Here’s a complete look.
Lamborghini’s new concept speaks softly and carries a big stick.
Despite cuts made to the fuel economy ratings, Ford’s hybrids are making sales gains.
Honda is giving the supercharger treatment to its hybrid hatch that hasn’t won over critics or buyers.
Though it was marked by the EPA for 47, Consumer Reports barely squeezed 40 miles per gallon combined from Honda’s new hybrid sedan.
BMW has shed some light on its forthcoming X5 plug-in hybrid.
Bentley will be bringing a plug-in hybrid concept, the Mulsanne, to the Beijing Auto Show.
Toyota has surpassed the 6 million hybrids sold mark, but the pace is slowing.
2013 saw some steady gains for plug-in vehicles as the segment continues to expand in a snowball-like fashion.