Mitsubishi i-MiEV
In Memory of the Mitsubishi i-MiEV

In a world where every major automaker is focusing on electric vehicles, it’s important to note some of the mistakes made previously. The Mitsubishi i-MiEV was one of the few EV models to be offered that was certainly a sales failure and was killed off after the 2017 model year. In reality, this model never caught on and the brand that offered it didn’t put much of an investment into creating more for this vehicle. Add this to the fact that the EV is part of a brand that has fallen on hard times and it’s really no wonder why this vehicle is going to be killed off and most likely never heard from again. Read More

Ford has an Idea for a Hybrid Mustang
Ford has an Idea for a Hybrid Mustang

Would you want to purchase a hybrid version of the Ford Mustang? If not, why not. There have already been several hypercars offered from European manufacturers that show us the benefits of a powerful gasoline engine being paired to electric motors to give a hybrid performance car that’s amazing when it’s time to head out on the road or track. Ford applied for a patent in July of 2017 for an engine layout that could result in the drivetrain needed for a hybrid sports car that would be the Mustang that we want to drive. Read More

Challenging the Speed of Refueling
Challenging the Speed of Refueling

It’s no secret that many of the different automotive brands around the world have already stated their desire to offer a variety of electric or hybrid models in the upcoming years. In conjunction with this, many countries have started to take steps toward eliminating gasoline and diesel-powered models on the road. One of the biggest challenges for the EV models of the future is the same challenge faced right now; charging time. Until recently the challenge was driving range, but with that issue becoming less of one, charging time continues to be the greatest challenge. Read More