New Car Technologies

If you're wanting to find the best selling cars and trucks, look no further than BusinessInsider.com. They've got the list of Best Sellers for 2018. What does that mean to you, the consumer? For starters, if the car you want makes this list, then you've probably...

Reducing the need for more complex installation is a key feature of the Chargepoint CT4000 Series EV charging station. It allows for only one single circuit to juice the station with two ports, providing a less complicated investment for any business using their product. Read the...

One of the nagging problems electric vehicle makers face with their production is the addition of cooling systems to their cars. Yes, electric cars produce heat, and sometimes a lot, and in order to continue functioning without breaking down, the adding weight and bulk of...

It's becoming ridiculous the lengths certain automakers will go to produce something that they can then tie to the latest trending gadget, basing their "design" off a computer. It's a car people. Let us know your thoughts on whether BMW has been inspired to produce...

If you scroll to the bottom of this article and read the comments, there's very mixed reviews regarding the new BMW i3 electric vehicle. Buzz on over to see what you think, is it true that an electric car can't be pretty? Read the i3...

Remember in 1989 when Michael Keaton spoke into his remote as Batman and said one simple word to the Batmobile: "Shields." Next thing you know his super hero ride rolls down the armor over the tires and body like a roll top desk! While this seemed like...

In an article from Nitrobahn.com we find that the new Tesla Model S fully electric luxury sedan is impressing even the toughest critics. But will price keep only a select few in the driver's seat? Is Electric the solution to our spiking gas prices? Based in Paulo...

A new bill proposed by Representative Gary Peters, Democrat from Michigan, could potentially provide an additional $216 million for new automotive technologies. The legislation is set for review by the full U.S. House of Representatives later this month, and would increase the $334 million already...