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It's more efficient and faster than the 3.7-liter V6
More size, more power, more luxury for 992-series Porsche 911.
A camouflaged prototype will charge the hill.
FIA wants road-like cars with LMP1 performance leading the field in 2020.
The PHEV Panamera is an expert at pretty much everything.
Improved in every way, but it could be more LC 500 and less Camry.
6 minutes, 11.13 seconds is the number to beat.
20 electrified vehicles will debut through 2023.
A thousand ponies, Chevy reliability, and an OEM warranty defines the phrase 'Brave New World'
Look for electrification across all models in the next few years.
Ferrari will supply all future powertrains, electrified and conventional.
All this and more from FCA's next five-year plan.
Partnership might sell autonomous Chrysler Pacificas to the public.
The Hyundai Ioniq lineup of electrified vehicles is being updated for 2019 with new safety technologies, more voice-recognition features and standard remote charge management for electric and plug-in hybrid models.
Ford's small crossover is going green — again.
700-hp flagship would eclipse other models, and that's the problem.
Volvo's 2019 S60 will be its first vehicle to be offered without a diesel engine when the sedan goes into production this summer at its new plant near Charleston, S.C. The Swedish automaker also confirmed it will offer the sedan in two plug-in hybrid variants when it goes on sale, with mild hybrid versions following in 2019.
Yesterday we told you about Honda's production launch of the all-new 2019 Insight in Indiana. That comes after the hybrid spent five years wandering in the automotive wilderness and following a $61.5 million investment to prepare plants in Ohio and Indiana for more electrified vehicles. Today, Honda responded to Autoblog with some comments about its expectations for the resurrected nameplate.
Kia has announced that it will join an expanding line of automakers, including Audi, Ram, Volvo and others, adding ultra-mild 48-volt hybrid systems to their engines. The system works like other systems in that it has a combination starter and generator connected to the engine crank via a belt. It allows the engine to be shut off earlier than simply at a stop, and provides a bit of electrical assistance to reduce how much the engine has to work on takeoff.