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With Tesla's setup, the driver must be ready to take control.

There is a key difference between Tesla and Volvo autopilots, says Trent Victor, senior technical leader of crash avoidance at Volvo.

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The Voltec drive units are awfully similar, but the batteries are different.

Under the hood, the Chevy Volt and the new Malibu Hybrid are remarkably similar. And the Malibu's emphasis on electric drive comes from the Volt, too.

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The compact electric sedan will launch there in 2017.

Dongfeng Citroën has plans to penetrate China's growing EV market with the Citroën E-Elysée.

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Low oil prices could run the country dry in five years.

A new plan called Vision 2030 includes selling a portion of the state-owned oil company Aramco.

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The EPA figures make the truck the most efficient midsizer with a gas V6.

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With chassis design done, Elio shoots for deliveries by year-end.

High-MPG trike maker Elio Motors says it can start testing prototype for ride, safety.

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Danish teens turn abandoned bikes into vegetable gardens.

Teens in Aarhus, Denmark have turned abandoned bicycles into tiny food gardens. VW is working on the SLAM fast charging project. DLR shows off its HY4 fuel cell airplane.

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May use Model E moniker, build it in Mexico.

Ford CEO Mark Fields has just declared its intention to build a long-range electric vehicle.

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Falsified fuel mileage claims limited to cars sold outside the United States.

After checking and re-checking its data, Mitsubishi North America announces that US market cars are cleared of any mpg-related wrongdoing.

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Grid mix, climate, and local driving patterns affect an EV's emissions.

Looking to lower your carbon footprint? This map will tell you which car to drive.

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It would make the 2020 Olympics look extra shiny and clean.

Toyota will reportedly broaden the Mirai lineup with a smaller, cheaper model for Japan, and it will launch in 2019 just before the Tokyo Olympics. The launch would be the perfect time to take advantage of the country's hydrogen push.

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Bucko snakes around Simraceway in an all-electric go-kart.

Racing enthusiasts know go karts are much more than a toy. Karting serves as the entry to open-wheel racing, and go karts have helped countless drivers get their start. But these aren't just any karts. Richard Hilleman and his Rattlesnake Electric Sports race team are helping to pioneering electric karting.

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Automaker unveils the engine at the Vienna Motor Symposium.

Volkswagen's new EA211 TSI Evo uses the Miller cycle, variable turbine geometry, and cylinder deactivation to maximize efficiency and torque in a small package.

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Babcock Ranch wants to be a testbed for driverless vehicles.

Babcock Ranch, Florida is being developed from the ground up with sustainability in mind.

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Think K.I.T.T., but not exactly.

A voice-controlled Tesla Model S negotiates the closed garage door by itself thanks to an Amazon Echo hack.

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While that's just 1 percent of total fuel consumption, it's no small number.

Roof racks waste increasing amounts of fuel through aerodynamic drag, but better design — and government policy — would help save gas.

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German automakers will foot about half the bill for EV incentives.

German plan will fund as much as $4,500 in perks for those who buy electric vehicles.

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Formula E joins forces with electric truck maker Charge.

First Element launches True Zero hydrogen stations. Tesla adds 150 destination chargers in to its European network. Charge provides electric trucks to Formula E.

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Who knows when the car after the Model 3 might arrive, though.

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The MPG scandal in Japan is spreading to our shores.

The EPA and CARB are requesting fuel economy info from Mitsubishi and want the company to do additional testing on some US models.

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The famous boulevard, Champs-Élysées will be car-free once a month.

It is the opposite of C'etait un Rendezvous, but perhaps for a good reason.

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