Volkswagen announced in 2010 that it was developing an electric version of the Golf that would be released in America in 2014. The electric Golf, or “E-Golf,” is still on track for a 2014 release in the U.S., after debuting in Europe. Still slated for production In 2010, according to Car and Driver, Volkswagen announced Read on! →


Surviving the black plague of global recession was no small task for the Ford Motor Company, but it emerged from the smoking crater in which companies like General Motors continue to wallow. The auto bailout may have kept other automakers afloat, but it did a great deal of damage to reputations in the process. Ford Read on! →


A disgruntled farmer in a small Vermont town took out his beef on the local law enforcement Thursday when he crushed most of the Sheriff’s Department’s fleet of police cars with a tractor while the cops were cooling off inside the building. Police cars flattened monster-truck style Roger Pion, 34, of Newport, Vt., allegedly used his Read on! →


According to a new report from the Center for Disease Control, the numbers of teens drinking and driving has fallen by more than half in the last 20 years. Fewer teens drinking and driving The study was posted in the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report on Oct. 3. It found that the number of Read on! →


Although motorcycle riding is exciting to a lot of men, they probably wouldn’t want to take it as far as one California man did. Henry Wolf claimed in court last week that a four-hour ride on a BMW motorcycle caused him to have an erection for the last 20 months. He is suing BMW of Read on! →


The wide-eyed expectation surrounding the 2011 Chicago Auto Show was interrupted by the hands of vandals Wednesday, reports Automotive News. Three men were arrested for causing an estimated $30,000 in damage to seven Toyota vehicles. The men, who were each charged with a felony count of criminal damage to property, told police they were upset Read on! →


Many drivers on the east coast are no doubt scratching their heads in disbelief as they witness the profoundly unlikely: they are being issued refunds on past speeding tickets because of improperly programmed speeding cameras. More than 7,000 tickets More than 7,000 speeding tickets, dating back as far as November, are being refunded to drivers Read on! →


Most car companies use fuel efficiency as part of their overall marketing schemes. However, a recently released study by an MIT economist found that cars haven’t been gaining as much fuel economy as commercials would have us believe. TV is lying to us again Just about every car maker emphasizes the fuel efficiency for some, Read on! →


BMW is currently in the process of rolling out its ultimate electric driving machine. The company is taking applications in certain markets for people to lease the new BMW 1 series electric model. Electric BMW coming to select cities BMW is currently trying to get its electric vehicles off the ground, beginning with an all-electric Read on! →