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Tesla Hints at Performance Improvement for P100D Ludicrous Mode

On November 4, Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted that “there will be a P100D Ludicrous Easter egg soon that uncorks the full performance”. This has surprised many car experts and enthusiasts since the P100D drive system, which is present in the company’s Model X and Model S cars, already produces excellent results. Acceleration The Model…

The Buzz about Electric and Fuel Cell Cars

With the growing awareness about green gases and its effect in the environment, many automakers are coming out with different types of cars that use green technology to reduce carbon emissions in the air. Although electric cars have already been in the market for years now, car makers are making prototypes of vehicles powered by…

Why Electric Cars Are Always Greener Than Gas

As the world shifts to green transportation, a number of alternatives emerge to replace gasoline and diesel.  There's the compressed natural gas, ethanol and bio-diesel. Not to be out stage is the electric car motor. As of December 2014, approximately 712,000 fully electric vehicles were sold globally. And by the end of 2015, the sales…

Still on the Fence about Electric Cars? 3 Reasons to Get One ASAP

Many people refuse to buy electric cars because they think it's not cost-efficient; after all, with today's low fuel prices, they feel they can save more if they'd stick to their petrol or diesel vehicles. Others, meanwhile, hesitate to invest in green automobiles simply because they don't understand how these cars function and/or how much…

The Best Green Cars to Drool Over

The problem with most green cars is that they’re friendly to the environment, but so un-friendly on fun and performance. With the need to be efficient on fuel consumption and low in emission, most green cars are stripped down to their barest. But that was then, when they mostly suck. Some of the production green…

Toyota FCV | Fueled by hydrogen

It's only a little less than a year until the commercial launch of the new Toyota FCV. The first fuel cell car of the House of the three ellipses is ready to make its debut on the Japanese market in March 2015. The new four-door sedan powered by hydrogen by Toyota shows a very original…

BMW i3 is perfect for your company fleet

The time has come for you to get your own company fleet. There are many things to take into consideration. First of all, its appearance must match and promote the character of your company and after that you have to worry about its fuel consumption and economy, taxes, maintenance etc.. Taking these into account, the…

Land Rover completes world’s first hybrid expedition

Land Rover has officially completed its very first hybrid expedition, and they averaged more than 36 miles per gallon in the process! The hybrid expedition, which saw three different Land Rover prototypes travel over 10,000 miles from Solihull in the UK to Mumbai in India, lasted 53 days  and has proved the resilience of Jaguar…

Volvo V60 plug-in hybrid review

The Volvo V60 is a stunning sports wagon that has one of the best Euro NCAP safety ratings of its class. But of course it does, it's a Volvo. What is most surprising about the Volvo V60 is just how well-rounded it is; Volvo's have always been safe, comfortable and practical, but the V60 is…

Nissan GT-R will be Hybrid thanks to Williams

Now when it comes to sports cars to compare with, it is inevitable and its price / performance ratio, it is downright embarrassing for someone. Of course, as you may have guessed, we are referring to the Nissan GT-R, the sporty performance of the Japanese House monstre and technology. Now, however, in view of the…

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