Supercars: sleek, blindingly fast, ultra-expensive objects of lust for 14-year-old boys and sober-suited executives alike. For decades, supercars were powered solely by gasoline. But now there's a new gang in town, and they've upended all the rules. The newest, coolest, most jaw-dropping supercars will come with one feature no Ferrari or Maserati or Lamborghini or Noble or Aston Martin has ever had. It's a charging cord. Here are six supercars--one in production now, five on the way--that use electric power for some or all of their motive power. Whether it's combined with a gasoline engine...
Jaguar C-X75 Plug-In Hybrid Supercar Coming In 2013
It’s been speculated for the past several months but today we finally got confirmation that Jaguar’s stunning C-X75 concept car is headed for production and due for launch in late 2013. In a press conference early this morning, Jaguar confirmed that together with the Williams Formula 1...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Jaguar-Style Turbine Hybrid Buses: Not Up To NYC Service, Sadly
Now that the 2011 Chevy Volt is on sale, car buyers can experience electric vehicles with range-extending engines in everyday driving. And the Volt is just the start. In the future, range extenders to generate electric power will move beyond the Volt's standard car engine to purpose-built designs...John Voelcker