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2017 Kia Niro Hybrid Utility Vehicle teased for Chicago

The first preview photos of the all-new 2017 Kia Niro have been released ahead of its official unveiling next month at the Chicago Auto Show. While these strategically darkened images are less than fully enlightening, they do confirm the automaker’s first dedicated hybrid utility vehicle will match its targeted 50+ MPGe fuel economy with a solid sense of Read more...


2017 Hyundai Ioniq previewed

Ahead of its launch in March at the Geneva Auto Show, Hyundai released official photos and technical details on its groundbreaking 2017 Ioniq. This multi-mode 4-door liftback will be the world’s first to offer buyers the choice of full EV, gas-electric hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrain configurations. In presenting the Ioniq at the Hyundai Motor R&D Read more...


Details have been released on the Rinspeed Etos Concept that will bow next month at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The latest show car from Rinspeed boss Frank M. Rinderknecht's fertile imagination is a hybrid-powered autonomous sports car based on the BMW i8. Wrapped in custom body panels and crowned with a thin, light Gorilla Glass top, the Read more...


Just as gas prices have dramatically dropped to the $2 per gallon level, Ford announced that it is investing $4.5 billion to bring 13 new electric cars and plug-in hybrids to the market by 2020. This commitment comes at a time when Ford's deliveries of alternative power vehicles like the Ford C-Max, Fusion and Lincoln MKZ hybrids have tumbled 25 percent. Read more...


Arriving in next spring, the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid will start at $28,645, Chevy announced. Offered only in LT trim level, the greenest member of the Malibu family will command a $2,750 premium over its conventional sibling, a figure that puts in squarely in the middle of the midsize gas/electric sedan set. One place where it will exceed its rivals is Read more...


The Hyundai Ioniq, an advanced alternative-power compact vehicle, will be launched next year with a choice of three powertrains, battery-electric power, gas-electric hybrid and gas-electric plug-in EV, the Korean automaker announced. The announcement is part of an effort by the Hyundai-Kia group to become an industry leader in alternative power vehicles. Read more...



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