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2012 Ford Focus Electric

Ford’s new 2012 Focus EV, the very same one that recently entered production just got itself a new bonus in terms of green car living with. Thanks to authorities having a proper go at testing and analyzing what the Ford Focus Electric...

By Lupica G. on Mar 13th, 2012
Honda N Box

The Japanese at Honda are among the first car makers to come forward with a set of new years resolution and it’s quite the interesting promise. Honda plans to start a new direction for the future of their cars and that is to put them on...

By Lupica G. on Dec 26th, 2011

After… hours of interest, several months later from the first moment we were told about this, BMW finally announced their new environmentally focused sub brand. BMW i We’ve all heard about the BMW Megacity, the ActiveE, we’ve...

By Lupica G. on Feb 21st, 2011
Honda FCX Clarity filling up

Without a question of doubt the most important car show to come by up until the end of November is the LA Motor Show. Honda FCX Clarity filling up Also without a question of doubt LA is one of the biggest advocates for green cars, EVs, hybrids...

By Lupica G. on Oct 31st, 2010
Porsche 918 Spyder Concept

The Germans over at Porsche are still focused on making very fast sports cars with great practicality in mind but it seems that in the world of eco-friendliness and legislation on the matter it’s not enough. Porsche 918 Spyder Concept In...

By Lupica G. on Oct 20th, 2010
Mercedes-Benz BlueEFFICIENCY logo

A short while ago there was a summit where there was a Europe wide decision. All manufacturers must bring their average level of CO2 emissions down. An even shorter while ago, there was something called the Paris Motor Show where Mercedes Benz...

By Lupica G. on Oct 8th, 2010
Chevrolet Cruze ECO

The Cruze Eco is a version of the small sedan is the most eco friendly (and pocket friendly in running costs) one yet as it features a highway EPA estimate of 40 mpg. This number is achieved mostly by reengineering certain parts of the car to...

By Lupica G. on Mar 28th, 2010

Every car on the road has shock absorbers and the way they work is simple – they turn the kinetic energy of a car hitting a bump or pothole into heat which is then dissipated. Zack Anderson and Shakeel Avadhany A new invention spawned from...