PG, a small auto manufacturer in Germany has recently unveiled its electric sports car, the PG Elektrus. The Elektrus is, just like the Tesla Roadster, an electric Lotus Elise, and just like the Roadster, it’s incredibly fast. Fur Elise The Lotus Elise has been a key model in the modern revival of Lotus, though Lotus Read on! →


Many drivers don’t know how deal with roadway emergencies when they encounter them. Confusion and panic reign, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Armed with information, you can learn how to survive common roadway emergencies by taking basic safety precautions. Don’t panic, act When driving emergencies present themselves, the proper course of action Read on! →


In the past, biodiesel users were a small fringe group. Biodiesel, however, is now big business, with the challenges that many big businesses face. Tyson foods getting into biodiesel The U.S. meat market creates hundreds of millions of pounds per year of waste product. These products, however, are proving a very effective source of raw Read on! →


Auto dealership Marvin K. Brown has signed an exclusive agreement with electric vehicle assembler Coda Automotive, reports Automotive News. Beginning in February 2012, Marvin K. Brown will be the only automotive dealer in San Diego County to sell the fully electric Coda car, beginning with the 2012 Coda sedan. Coda Automotive and focus on zero Read on! →


The new Chevy Volt lithium-ion battery is what General Motors is counting on for its future. GM announced Wednesday that the Volt’s lithium-ion battery is going to be guaranteed for eight years or 100,000 miles, depending on which comes first. Battery for Chevy Volt is different from other cars The warranties on GM’s conventional car Read on! →


One of the more exciting reveals at the recent Paris Auto Show was a concept hybrid car by Jaguar. The C-X75 has everyone in the industry excited over its electric hybrid system, which will include four independent in-wheel, 195-hp motors. There will also be a gas turbine-powered engine as a 180-hp backup when the batteries Read on! →


The more automotive technology advances, the more it remains the same. For many pieces of new car technology that come down the pipe, we find that what is being touted as “new” is in fact not new at all, but a marketing ploy. Here are five examples of new car tech that are so old, Read on! →


Jaguar announced its new XKR-S convertible just a week before unleashing it at the current Los Angeles Auto Show. The new drop-top version of the automaker’s fastest and most powerful model is bound to become the envy of collectors. Its steep price tag puts it out of league for most of us, and only 25 Read on! →


Red light cameras have been suspended in 21 out of 25 municipalities in Jew Jersey, following issues with their calibration. But don’t get cocky, Jersey drivers. Big Brother is still watching and taking names on the red light camera ban. Two-thirds of cameras affected The New Jersey Transportation Department reported that it will be suspending Read on! →


The West Coast Electric Highway initiative is a plan to set up charging stations for plug-in vehicles along the West Coast, from San Diego, Calif., to Vancouver, British Columbia. The hope is to encourage the sales of EVs by relieving driver’s “range anxiety.” Tuesday, the first AeroVironment EV charging stations opened along I-5 in Southern Read on! →