When we last chatted with you about the Infiniti Q Inspiration concept, we left off with the hope that it would usher in a new era of Infinti production cars. Lord knows Infiniti needs it. And it looks like we’ll be getting some electrified version of it within the next five years.
I know that pretty much all of the brands are trotting out electric SUV concepts, but this new Buick Enspire concept thing actually looks pretty sharp. The only crappy thing about it is its name.
The Hyundai Kona Electric isn’t the first EV to have no grille. It just has the most least of a face of any of these kinds of cars.
Aston Martin seems to think that, largely, the business, sale and naming of electric cars is a confusing matter. So, it’s going about things a bit differently by possibly just creating a standalone electric brand for itself.
Yes, that image above of the Audi e-tron GT is just a heavily shadowed teaser. But it looks cool, has four doors and is all-electric. And Audi said today that it would make it happen.
Different models sharing platforms across brands is a common practice among big automakers like Volkswagen Group. It saves them the time and money instead of making new platforms for cars. And starting in 2022, it seems like all-electric models from Bentley, Audi and Porsche will share a platform.
Harley-Davidson has been stuck in a bit of a rut lately thanks to reporting 82 percent less profit between 2016 and 2017, a big recall and the looming threat of tariffs on its products in Europe. In a (likely) attempt to calm its shareholders, the company recently announced an investment in Alta Motors, an electric…
At this point in the game, it seems highly unlikely that the famed Mazda rotary will return as a standalone engine. Sorry about that. But as a range-extender in a new electric car? Maybe!
The top chassis there was originally designed in 1938. The lower one is brand new, a 2018. There’s 80 years of difference between the two, but there’s an undeniable convergent evolution thing going on as well, right?
Horacio Pagani confirmed that a new Pagani is in the works for 2025 that will be all electric, reports Spanish-language site Autodato. Pagani already breaks our brains with supercars that look like the lovechild of an Le Mans prototype and a UFO from Planet Fancytron. Now they’re going to zap those brains to mush with…
It seems like every other automotive press release is about autonomy or alternative energy. Is every other car an EV or a plug-in hybrid? No, obviously, but this study shows an interesting breakdown of how popular alt-fuel cars really are, and where.
Porsche has been teasing plans for its all-electric Mission E, expected to pack as much as 670 hp, with hyperfast charging times to boot. On Wednesday, the automaker ramped things up a notch, announcing plans to install fast chargers at every single Porsche dealership in the U.S. Porsche’s EV chief also reportedly…
This is the new Hyundai Kona EV, announced today, looking every bit like the kind of car an automaker would be building in this Tesla-versus-everybody world. But wait.
Without question, the most exciting category of modern cars, for the money, has to be China’s sort-of-legal Low Speed Electric Vehicle segment. These cars allow you to drive your dream car, as long as you don’t mind funhouse mirror proportions and power levels unlikely to exceed ten horses. I personally don’t mind,…
Despite being the more exciting cars to read about and drive, sports cars and supercars usually aren’t on an automaker’s top moneymaker list. Which is why the first wave of electric offerings will be cars that appeal to the mass market. After that is when the fun stuff starts coming out, if this chatter about Porsche…
Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories you need to know as electric vehicles slowly take over the news cycle.
At the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, the electric Morgan 3-Wheeler, dubbed the EV3, captured our hearts. Unfortunately, there were some production changes along the way, but those are all settled up now and the company back on track with building the EV3. Fun.