Toyota will launch a fuel cell-powered sedan in the U.S. in 2014. The automaker has been showing off the Toyota FCV at auto shows, and says that unlike other fuel cell vehicles, this one will be available for the mass market at an affordable price. Continue reading
This summer the Nissan ZEOD RC will become the first entry at Le Mans 24-hour race to run a one-hour lap of the Circuit de la Sarthe using nothing but electrical power. Equally impressive, though, is the new Nissan DIG-T R 1.5 liter turbo engine that will kick in once the electrical-only portion of the run is completed.
Our Christmas list has just been altered significantly. Armed with 500,000 Lego bricks and cash raised via a couple of ambiguous tweets, an Australian and a Romanian have built a life-sized, air-powered Lego hot rod that has taken to the streets of Melbourne at a top speed of 18 mph.