The SF90 can go 211 miles per hour and hits 62 mph in just 2.5 seconds.
A new Jeep pickup, a redesigned Porsche, and more showed up in LA.
They're the Best of What's New.
Track Mode shows the potential of electric cars to go fast.
New I-Pace is a breakthrough achievement—and a hell of a fun car.
A noisy debate about the world's fastest and most popular motorsport.
Making "EV" mean "Electric Vintage"
New app will let you virtually test drive green vehicles
Plus partnerships with Aston Martin and Faraday Future
The company has made over $7.5 billion in sales
The street-legal conversion nears 200 mph - and could go faster
Secretive startup shows off electric concept car FFZERO1 at CES
The team will join Formula E in 2016-17, while Trulli bows out immediately
Luxury supercars, hydrogen fuel cells, and fully autonomous cars -- in 15 years
Porsche's new Mission E sports car concept uses an advanced system that operates at twice the voltage as today's EVs for faster charge times and lighter weight.
And may void warranty
Synthesizer makes 'neo-futuristic' sounds in response to driving conditions
Is $30,000 for 200 miles of range a big deal—and will it be ready in 18 months?
Chevy's new Volt model impresses
Hybrid electric coupes are fashioned for efficiency—with fangs
Businessman Zong Yi bought a Tesla Model S. Then he bought 20 charging stations to help him get home from Beijing to Guangzhou.
Toyota lobbies U.S. legislators for exemption
A handy breakdown for speed freaks
For now, this is only possible in a Tesla. In the future, who knows?
The first car designed by Ferdinand Porsche was actually an electric vehicle.
A new concept uses solar power to directly charge a plug-in hybrid's battery pack.
At a Colorado course, electric machines are the new performance vehicles.
The first production plug-in hybrid sedan from Porsche
The FAA has grounded all 787s after a string of fires in their lithium-ion battery packs. But these batteries are very different from the ones in electric cars.
The year's top tech innovations include the Tesla Model S, Chevrolet MyLink, Mercedes Benz's reinvented windshield wipers and more
Five technologies that will shape the cars of the future
The transition from novelty to normality
You'll need to rethink the way you drive, literally
Esflow outdrives Nissan's first electric car Leaf and prices better than Tesla's Roadster
How does GM encourage adoption of its mild-hybrid system? Make it standard
The crowds were back and the sense of impending doom was gone. But the proliferation of safe designs and shortage of insane concepts shows an industry playing it safe.
A look at the inner workings of GM's plug-in car
I took a ride in the automated, wirelessly communicating EV-V in a Las Vegas parking lot
Testing the Goods: The Chevrolet Volt
If only our Thanksgiving travel plans included rides on cross-country high-speed rails, propeller-powered monorails, and the mythical Long Island bullet train
It's always sunny in Los Angeles
Behind the wheel, we find that GM's highest-profile concept car has become a refreshing, radically different kind of production vehicle
Electric cars are nothing new: From lever-powered hybrids to generator-towing luxury cars, we've tracked their progress for nearly a century
A guide to the technologies, battery companies and carmakers that are bringing our electrified future here faster than you think. Plus: 7 promising electric cars on the horizon
Electric cars haven't killed the engine as we know it, yet. In fact, the century-old technology is getting stronger every year
And if so, what does that future look like?
Greener than a Prius and hotter than a Maserati, the Fisker Karma promises to change the way the world thinks about electric cars. The only problem is that nobody outside the company has driven one yet. Will Henrik Fisker tempt buyers into the electric age, or is he already a relic of the past?
A retooled Nissan factory is expected to create up to 1,300 jobs in the U.S.
A smaller but surprisingly less depressing North American Auto Show features a shaken industry seeking a fresh start
An electric-car holdout decides to dazzle the zero-emissions scene
Italian looks, German engineering and American electrics. Zero to 60 in five seconds, scissor doors, and you'll even get some change back from a $100,000 bill
Carnegie Mellon researchers have created a guide to customized car technologies for individual drivers
Will GM find great success selling a version of its Volt extend-range electric car with more upscale goodies and wearing a Cadillac badge?
Audi shows off an all-electric sports car with four motors and enough torque to move a tugboat. Don't get excited, it's just a study
India's Reva says drivers of its new electric cars can call or text the company for a remote power boost. Is there a groundbreaking wireless technology afoot, or has something been lost in the translation?
Mercedes-Benz says the company will bring a fuel-cell hatchback to buyers in the US and Europe by early next year. But will there be enough filling stations to support it?
BMW's latest design and powertrain study may have a clinical-sounding name, but beneath that avant-garde skin and lab-coat-tested powertrain beats the heart of an ultimate driving machine
Japan's Keio University created the shocking Ellica, an electric supercar that could out-run some of the world's fastest exotics. Now for their next trick -- public transportation.
General Motors CEO Fritz Henderson says the EPA will certify the Chevrolet Volt with triple-digit mileage. How'd they come up with that?
Nissan is going to manufacture the Leaf in the thousands (maybe the hundreds of thousands). We took the first publicly drivable model for a spin
Mercedes-Benz's AMG division is best known as a builder of German muscle cars, but can an all-electric prototype give its image a fresh shade of green?
There's reason to believe the hype
The world's largest publicly traded oil company is supporting an urban electric car-sharing program. Let the jokes commence
Does the hotly anticipated plug-in hybrid Chevy Volt have a shot at rejuvenating General Motors? We took a prototype version for a spin to find out.
Our friends at Driverside.com explore what this little piece of history means for the future of green car technology and environmental awareness in the automotive industry
U.S. Army buys 4,000 electric vehicles—the biggest acquisition in the country
Popular Science talks to dot-com billionaire Elon Musk about why he's banking on American-made electric cars
At the height of the automotive industry crisis, carmakers tried to smile through the pain
The pricey, small-batch lithium-ion powered Mini E has arrived. And it looks and drives like, well, a really quiet Mini Cooper
With promises of production by early next decade, car makers focused their energies on battery power at this year's Paris motor show
Chrysler reveals what could be its best-kept secret: an electric-car program
After months of anticipation, Chevy releases its final Volt design
Industrial designer James Dyson throws his hat into the electric car ring
Tesla says the founder of rival Fisker Coachbuild stole confidential information in order to build a competing vehicle.
Our intrepid reporter recaps the coolest concepts, plus some models you (or your rich uncle) can actually buy.
PopSci has been looking toward the near and distant future of the car for over 135 years. To coincide with car month here, see how some of our past predictions have survived the test of time.
The leading importer of electric vehicles talks about micro-cars, a 155mph battery-powered SUV and neon paint jobs
Corporate and governmental bad guys are implicated in this documentary about the death of GM's beloved EV1 plug-in
You shouldn't need a degree in computer science to understand whatâ€™s going on under the hood of your next car. Here's your no-nonsense guide to the latest automotive -- and the coolest cars that showcase them
He's the Henry Ford of the lithium-ion-powered auto. Call this his Model G.
Forget what you know about gas-electric vehicles: The next generation is built for performance.
U.S. automakers are thinking big -- and building small.