Two GM SUVs Safer In Crash Test Than Honda, Toyota, And Kia

This is The Morning Shift, our one-stop daily roundup of all the auto news that's actually important — all in one place at 9:30 AM. Or, you could spend all day waiting for other sites to parse it out to you one story at a time. Isn't your time more important? » 4/08/14 9:30am 4/08/14 9:30am

Ten New Cars For People Who Hate Cars

Not everyone enjoys driving. Some hate it, and not everyone can get where they need to go by walking or using public transit. Individuals who find themselves in the center of that particular Venn diagram are in luck because automakers have created a number of cars for drivers who hate driving. These cars are to… » 10/01/08 3:30pm 10/01/08 3:30pm

2010 Chevy Equinox Testing In Nearly Showroom Ready Guise

The 2010 Chevy Equinox » 9/17/08 5:50pm 9/17/08 5:50pm has done the full monty and dropped all semblance of camouflage in these first, largely unobscured images of the new Theta platform crossover. The Equinox appears to be missing a few trim panels and manages to be "lane restricted" on the test track, but this is pretty much what we'll be looking at …

GM Using US Postal Fleet As Fuel Cell Equinox Test Bed

GM is partnering with the US Postal Service to place its fuel cell-powered Chevy Equinox into service in Irvine, California and other yet-to-be-identified locations. The idea is to put the fuel cell SUVs into heavy-use situations to help work out the development kinks. Not only that, but they'll be able to test the… » 7/24/08 4:40pm 7/24/08 4:40pm

Honda Looks To Follow GM By Fueling Hydrogen Hopes With Hollywood Hype

Honda's hoping to snag some love from the Hollywood hype machine for their new green machine, the hydrogen fuel-cell-powered FCX Clarity. Honda's producing 200 of the fuel cell vehicles for distribution to celebrities and other Hollywood luminaries to build buzz for the 73 MPG technological wonder. True, these drivers… » 6/19/08 6:00pm 6/19/08 6:00pm

Hindenberg Anyone? GM Offers Free Fuel-Cell Cars to Consumers

Once again taking the free sample approach, the company that killed the electric car has decided to give 1,000 drivers the chance to drive the hydrogen-powered Equinox SUV's for three months. The company will also offer free hydrogen services (because who has hydrogen lying around the house?). The catch, other than… » 11/01/07 5:45pm 11/01/07 5:45pm