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- Report: Fisker will borrow $5M from Wanxiang as interim solution
- Geneva: Qoros eBIQE concept rolls out with new 3 Hatch
- Official: EPA fines Chinese recreational-vehicle maker $725,000 for excessive emissions
- Official: Toyota puts three-wheeled i-Road into public tests in Japan [w/video]
- Official: The New Fisker website goes live, says Karma warranties limited to $2,000
- Official: Zap introduces new, yet quite familiar, Sparkee EV commuter car
- Official: Mazda says 83 percent of new cars bear Skyactiv moniker
- Report: Elon Musk: Tesla Model E will be 20 percent smaller than Model S [w/video]
- Official: Honda installs 3-minute, fast-fuelling hydrogen fuel station in California
- Official: Hyundai ups price of 2014 Sonata Hybrid slightly to $26,000
- Report: Two wildly different views of EV charging at condos, apartment buildings
- Geneva: Rinspeed XchangE points the way forward for secure, autonomous EV driving [w/video]
- Škoda VisionC concept makes us want to cash this foreign Czech [w/video]
- Geneva: The SsangYong XLV Concept shows a new look for the Korean brand
- Read This: Cadillac ad boss is happy controversial Poolside TV ad created debate
If I told you a few years ago that a medium-sized sedan would get a 1.6-liter diesel engine, you might have thought that I was crazy. However, Peugeot is on to something since they put a 1.6-liter 110hp HDi diesel in the Peugeot 407, getting a relatively large car that burns just 4.9 l/100 km of diesel (equivalent to 48 mpg)...
We knew that Toyota was planning to keep the current Prius around for a little while longer to properly do battle with the new Honda Insight, which costs a few thousand dollars (or a few million yen) less. We assumed that Toyota would at least match the Insight’s asking price with its new-old Prius, and now it’s official...