The 2013 Honda Fit EV has received the highest fuel-efficiency rating ever given by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
In order to support recent fuel efficiency standards mandated by President Barack Obama, the United States Department of Energy (DOE) has committed $175 million to accelerate the development and deployment of advanced vehicle technologies.
Today, U.S. President Obama announced an historic agreement between government and thirteen automakers to bring about new fuel efficiency standards that could save consumers trillions over the coming years.
Michigan-based Hino Trucks has announced it will offer the United States' first commercial class 4 and class 5 diesel hybrid truck.
In the fast paced fuel efficiency race car makers are leaving no stone unturned when developing technology to help reduce their vehicles' carbon impact and increase gas mileage.
General Motors continues to change its corporate image so it better represents the future of the auto industry: sustainability, efficiency, and environmental consciousness.
The Obama administration announced plans today to begin developing tougher fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions standards for U.S. passenger cars and trucks built after 2017, a key component of the administration's energy and climate policy goals.