Volkswagen says that Quantum computing technology could help come up with a “chemical blueprint” that will speed up development and production of electric vehicle batteries. The technology, according to VW, can analyze and build a specialized and customized car battery for future green cars.
The Geneva Auto Show is usually the place where automakers unveil their new, luxury supercars that target affluent enthusiasts who want to make a statement that they … Read more
Announced this week at the Washington Auto Show is the upcoming team-up of two giant German automakers – BMW and VW – along with another key player, … Read more
So far, this year’s Detroit Auto Show has been about one thing: power. Trucks seem to have dominated the show so far, and with fuel … Read more
There are ‘smart’ people, and then there are ‘really smart’ people; particularly when it comes to today’s eco-driven auto manufacturers. Among this latter group, the … Read more
While it may not be well known in North America, the Volkswagen Polo has been a top selling subcompact car in Europe since its debut … Read more
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) has announced their list of “Greenest and Meanest” vehicles for 2014. The category called “Greenest” is for … Read more