Fuel Economy News
Genesis G90, a New Luxury Brand, Doesn't Disappoint
The refined 2017 Genesis G90 luxury sedan is Hyundai's foray into the luxury brand market and the first new entry in the U.S. since Tesla in 2004
US Drivers Waste $2.1 Billion a Year on Premium Gasoline, New AAA Study Finds
American drivers wasted more than $2.1 billion in the last year by using premium-grade gasoline in cars that don’t need it, according to research by AAA. About 16.5 million drivers rely on premium fuel even when manufacturers don't recommend it, the new AAA study showed. The group, in partnership
Baby Sea Lion T.J. Learns How to Swim at the Houston Zoo
Animal trainer, Sophie Darling takes us behind the scenes at the Houston Zoo.
Ford Teams Up With Jose Cuervo to Build Greener Cars From Tequila Byproduct
Alcoholic drinks and motor vehicles generally don’t mix, but now Ford Motor Company and Jose Cuervo are teaming up in a way that could be a boon for the environment. While the car and tequila companies at first seem like an odd pairing, the two are working together to develop sustainable car parts
Intel to Eliminate 12,000 Jobs Globally
The company's shift is in response to the drop in sales of personal computers.
Must-See Cars at 2016 New York International Auto Show
It’s that time a year again when automakers flood the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City with their latest and greatest cars, trucks and SUVs. Nearly 1 million car enthusiasts are expected to attend the New York International Auto Show and 39 automakers will compete for their
Democratic Presidential Candidates: Where They Agree and Disagree on Climate
This month in Paris, the United States along with nearly 200 other countries signed arguably the most sweeping international environmental agreement in history. Republicans were quick to dismiss it. In stark contrast, all three Democratic presidential candidates argue that climate change is an
Why Volkswagen May Have Risked It All by Allegedly Cheating on Emissions
The emissions scandal that rocked Volkswagen this past week has auto industry experts and Volkswagen drivers asking the same question: Why did Volkswagen allow its diesel cars to be sold with deceptive software? “Any time you have standards or rules, some people will choose to cheat,” David
Why People Bother to Drive Diesel Cars
While diesel cars make up only a small percentage of U.S. cars on the road, they do have benefits over traditional gas engines, experts say. Volkswagen, the largest car maker in the world, is accused by U.S. regulators of using illegal "defeat device" software that causes 482,000 of its diesel cars
President Obama Unveils Tough Clean Energy Plan
President Obama unveiled his new tough clean energy plan Monday which places new emissions standards on energy plants.