It seems like there is a day for everything anymore, and its the same with the plug-in electric vehicle. National Plug In Day is a day of awareness and appreciation for the rising segment of the automotive industry. It is being celebrated in more than twice as many cities as last year. And you might Read on! →

The Ford C-Max has been available in Europe since 2003. The Prius-fighting hybrid, built on a Focus platform, is finally coming to U.S. shores. And the reviews have been generally positive. Ford C-Max appeal beyond eco-crowd The five-passenger Ford C-Max is a likely competitor for the Toyota Prius, which, to date, is the only hybrid Read on! →

Just a few years ago, most car-industry estimates were that a hydrogen-powered vehicle would cost $1 million or more. However, Toyota motors has said that they will be able to offer a $50,000 MSRP hydrogen vehicle as early as 2015. How is Toyota slashing the price of hydrogen vehicles to 5% of the original estimate? 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! →

E-85 fuel, a blend of ethanol and petroleum fuel, has been touted as a crossover fuel solution. E-85 fuel has had a rough start, but it can be a viable option for fueling your car. Understanding how E-85 is made, how it works and how it can be used is important in this changing fuel Read on! →