Automotive News reports on Ford's new idle-stop system.
'Automotive News' reports on the adoption of idle-stop technology in cars around the world.
Through the addition of start-stop system and cylinder deactivation technology, the new 2013 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 is up to 20 percent more fuel efficient.
Already used in Europe, Ford's fuel-saving system turns off the gas engine when a car is idle to improve efficiency by up to 10 percent.
The one-motor, two-clutch system in the Infiniti M, Nissan says, will get far better fuel economy, at a lower technical cost, than hybrid leader Toyota's system.
The 2010 World Green Car of the Year award actually goes to three cars sharing a common system of technology.
CNET Car Tech tests the 2007 BMW 123d, a diesel car unavailable in the U.S.
Automotive News reports on Mazda's goals for fuel efficiency.