The Chevy Volt is going nationwide by the end of the year.  Currently it is only available in the "red" states, hitting the "green" states in the 3rd quarter, and finally the middle of the US by the 4th quarter.  Yawn. ...

Chevy's big bet on the Chevy Volt is starting to become a reality, hopefully that reality isn't a nightmare.  I am skeptical on the brand and the technology.  Hope I am proven wrong on both.  Cool time-lapse video of the Chevy Volt being assembled after the break. ...

Looks like the Chevy (are we allowed to say Chevy still?) Volt pricing and order date are finally live.  $41,000 will get you on the pre-order list and you will qualify for a $7,500 tax credit (assuming our government survives as long as it takes for the volt to make it to production). ...

That is it, I am officially not buying a Chevy Volt.  This Chevy Volt dance has taken me from "on the fence" to "no way and hell I am buying a Volt".  I am warning you, if you push play you will officially waste 2:22 minutes...

It seems, to me, that most people are in the hybrid/electric camp, or they’re not. There are people who cringe at the thought of having to drive a Prius, Volt, or Leaf. And, while none of them are perfect… they are damn close (except the Leaf). I am not going to go into the details of each car. This is about the 2016 Chevy Volt which has been totally redesigned. So what is new/different in the 2016 Chevy Volt? Read on for details, pics, and video.

This $52,500 pickup truck is a bit like a Chevy Volt. It has a 60-kilowatt battery with an 80-mile electric range. Should you deplete your battery, a BMW three-cylinder engine wakes up and charges the battery. The W-15 gets to 6o mph in about 5.5-seconds with 460 horsepower and all wheel drive. Additionally the Workhorse W-15 pickup truck has ports for powering tools, work lights, and other gadgetry. More pictures and video after the break.

Look for Honda’s latest Accord Hybrid ($29,155) to hit US showrooms by the end of this month.  Finally someone is getting close to the Toyota Prius mpg… close but not quite as good yet.  The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid uses a 1.3 kWh lithium-ion battery pack to get a 50 mpg city rating.  The Accord Hybrid has a tiny 2.0 liter four cylinder Atkinson-cycle engine making 140 hp at 6,200 rpm (with a 124 kW electric motor/generator). The Honda Accord Hybrid has three operating modes, all-electric, combined gasoline/electric...