Making sense of sticker data in the EV eraMarch 5
The EPA says it's not changing anything, but at some automakers, there are rumblings that another revision is needed to highlight differences between vehicles powered by fossil fuels and those that use alternative energy sources.
Reebok wants to fill up former gas stations with fitness buffsJan. 29
If gas taxes vanish, there will be othersOct. 16, 2017
Who gets to choose?Sept. 25, 2017
New diesel cars no better for environment than gasoline counterparts, German officials saySept. 20, 2017
Amid Harvey's destruction in Texas, auto industry assesses damageAug. 27, 2017
Gasoline will not be bannedAug. 28, 2017
Mazda unveils plans for world's first compression ignition gasoline engineAug. 8, 2017
BMW's 'future-proof' strategyAug. 7, 2017
The transition to electrification is inevitable, so let's start nowAug. 7, 2017
Old-fashioned gasoline-powered vehicles commanded somewhere north of 95 percent of the U.S. vehicle market last year. But Americans don't love the internal combustion engine any more than an Iowa cow loves to eat corn.
No need to scrap anything just yetJuly 31, 2017
Where do you get the money?July 17, 2017
In heavy manufacturing, you don't just dump all those machines and foundries and everything associated with an engine program. So what happens to all that money invested in internal combustion engines?