Targeted to hit the road in two years, URBEE 2 represents a significant milestone in the world of traditional assembly-line manufacturing.
Articles for Transportation
by Nino Marchetti: Ford, striving to compete in a domestic green vehicle market long dominated by Toyota and itsPrius,
by Richard Read: Eco-minded shoppers have seen environmental issues take up more space in the news,
by Luke Tonachel: Looking forward to 2013, I see good news for new car buyers. Showrooms will have an unprecedented number of fuel-efficient models of both the gasoline and electric varieties.
by Andrew Cameron: Obama wasn’t the only winner this past November. Proponents of public transportation gained significant wins at the ballot box.
by Amy Sinatra Ayres.: With two of its cars among the five finalists, Ford took the Green Car of the Year Award for its2013 Fusion on Thursday at the LA Auto Show.
by Nino Marchetti: And the Motor Trend Car of the Year award goes to the gas engine driven…wait, what’s that? It has an all-electric motor and is a zero emissions vehicle?
by Nino Marchetti: GM plans to enter into direct competition with the likes of Fisker Automotive and Tesla Motors in the luxury green car market.
by Nino Marchetti : Ford, already filling our in-boxes with emailed news releases about the good EPA MPG ratings its 2013 fleet of green cars is getting, just sent over another one regarding its Lincoln luxury brand.
American automaker Ford was recently crowing about its upcoming Fusion Hybrid, noting the Environmental Protection Agency certified the midsize sedan with a fuel efficiency rating of 47 mpg city, 47 mpg highway and 47 mpg combined.