Are electric cars really about to take over from the old-fashioned internal combustion engine?
Judging by some of the headlines we've seen recently, you could be forgiven for thinking petrol and diesel engines were about to be consigned to the scrap
Loud, colourful, and with the swaggering might of the German auto industry on full display, Frankfurt 2017 is indeed a show to remember.
Here are Motortrend's picks of the best from the show floor.
Mercedes-AMG has unveiled a 1,000bhp F1-derived supercar at a preview event ahead of the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The Project One hypercar is a two-seat hybrid performance model that purports to harness the power of Formula One in a road-legal way,
Although car manufacturers are embracing alternative power sources, they haven't given up on internal combustion just yet.
Along with a push towards downsized turbo power, some of the smartest engineers in the world are using new techniques to make their
While some automakers are moving heavily into electric engine technology, Mazda continues to tinker with the internal combustion engine. It says it's figured out how to make it a lot more efficient. The secret, according to Mazda, is compression
The use of turbocharged engines in U.S.-market light vehicles continued on an upward path in the ’17 model year, an exclusive WardsAuto survey shows.
They were installed in a record 27.6% of cars and light trucks built in the ’17 model run through March
Jonathan Sampson of Automate, looks at the controversy surrounding the introduction of the turbocharger into the modern day vehicle and considers the tussle between personality and performance.
Source: pmmonline.co.uk, July 25th 2017