CNET On Cars
To meet zero-emission vehicle mandates, Toyota revisits fuel cells, building a whole new car around this hydrogen-fueled electric technology.
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Three years after its predecessor debuted, the 2015 Ford Focus Electric is still a good choice for a compact battery-powered car, but the newer competition offers slightly greater range and faster charging.
Toyota showed off its new Mirai fuel cell vehicle at the Los Angeles auto show, betting on the hydrogen-powered technology as its zero emission vehicle of choice.
Mercedes does a hybrid for the buyer who can afford any price of fuel!
The Audi A7 h-tron was a surprise addition to the 2014 Los Angeles auto show, demonstrating the work Audi has been doing with fuel cell technology.
Lambo wants in on the new wave of hybrid supercars, so it's brought the 910-horsepower Asterion concept to the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
Green Car Journal chose the BMW i3 for its Green Car of the Year award, announced at the 2014 Los Angeles auto show, beating out such cars as the Volkswagen Golf, Honda Fit, and Audi A3 TDI.
The 2014 Honda Accord Plug-in keeps up with the competition in some ways, but the overall package lacks cohesion, and quirky features such as the right-side camera don't add much.
Renovo Motors, a Silicon Valley start-up, takes rolling chassis from Shelby American and fits them with an innovative electric drivetrain, aiming to become a super high-performance electric car.
Ford's quiet and clean fully-electric Focus variant ages gracefully into the 2015 model year.