Today, Fisker signs a lease for its new California assembly plant, a new version of the BMW M4 debuts with efficiency-boosting water injection, and England plans to experiment with wireless electric-car charging infrastructure built into roads. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Fisker signs a lease for its new assembly plant in Southern California, but hasn't said anything more about the restart of Karma production.
The BMW M4 GTS concept debuts with water injection--which can improve both performance and fuel efficiency in turbocharged engines.
England plans to test wireless electric-car charging systems that can be built into roads.
Did you know that some cars already meet 2025 Federal Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards? It's true.
By 2018, electric cars will rapidly evolve into distinct segments based on price, with smaller mass-market cars and more luxurious-longer range cars comprising the bulk of the segment.
The Honda Accord and Nissan Altima are two mainstay mid-size sedans. We compare them.
Finally, the 2016 Lexus GS 200t luxury sedan gets a downsized, turbocharged four-cylinder engine. There's a refreshed hybrid model, too.