This year’s 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show has been heavily dominated by the drive towards greener vehicles, better gas mileage, and zero tailpipe-emissions motoring. So it’s no surprise that German tuning house Brabus has followed the trend set by most of the major automakers attending the show -- developing an all-electric, all-wheel drive version of the 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan which it plans to produce in small numbers sometime soon. With four in-wheel electric motors producing a combined 320 kilowatts of power and a claimed 2,360 pound-feet of torque, the all-wheel drive...
Porsche Panamera Diesel: The High-MPG Porsche You Can't Have
Introduced for 2010, the Porsche Panamera horrified purists but lured buyers all over the world. It was Porsche's first-ever four-door sedan, built in part for the burgeoning Chinese market, and its humpbacked styling is ... well, let's just say ... polarizing. Now Porsche has unveiled the most...John Voelcker
Tesla Scores More From Toyota's Big Fremont Factory Sale
It's been almost three weeks since we published a Tesla story. We trust that means that the Silicon Valley electric-vehicle startup is working away feverishly on the designs, engineering, production plans, and manufacturing site for its Model S four-door sports sedan, which it is still promising...John Voelcker