Featured by Mike Spinelli
Test Drive: 2010 Volkswagen Golf TDI
After a four-year break, Volkswagen brings the Golf diesel back to the US. Don't call it a Rabbit, but do call it good, clean fun
Google Working on “Smart Charging” Software for Electric Cars
The Internet giant's geniuses are working on software that'll help get electric cars juiced without stressing out the electrical grid.
At the Tokyo Motor Show: Toyota’s FT-86 Concept Car
Toyota looks to its past for an excitement transfusion. It also raids the Subaru engine laboratory, but it's OK. Toyota's a part-owner
Test Drive: 2010 Bentley Continental GT Supersports
The fastest, most powerful Bentley ever is serious fun for the big-bucks crowd. It can also burn ethanol, adding just a touch of greenness
Honda EV-N Concept: An All-Electric Throwback
It looks just like a Honda from the 1960s, but the EV-N concept's tech is totally naughties
Report: Tesla Model S Designed for Battery Swapping
Imagine pulling into a service station, but instead of filling the tank with unleaded, you slide out your drained battery … Continued
Corvette-Engined Hot Rod to Shred Tires, Showcase Natural-Gas Power
A company that makes plug-and-play kits to let cars run on natural gas goes hotrodding. Will it convince the old roadster crowd to do low-emissions burnouts?
New Electric Car Seats Two, Hits 75 MPH, Needs a Name
Electric-vehicle startup Myers Motors already builds a one-seat electric car with three wheels. Now, the company says a new model … Continued
Boing! Elastic Energy-Storage Systems Could Challenge Li-ion Batteries
MIT Researchers say carbon nanotubes could provide a more durable, reliable energy-storage alternative to traditional batteries. And best of all, no leakage to speak of.
The Race to 1,000 MPH
Britain’s Richard Noble, the reigning king of land speed, is building a rocket on wheels to shatter his own record. The only problem: A ragtag American team might beat him...