For about 100 years, internal combustion engines—spark- and compression-ignition types—have been dominant. But now, they’re joined by—or with—electric motors. And the ways and means to improve the performance of all types of engines are being driven like never before.
Funny thing: Volvo’s first car, back in 1927, had a two-liter, four-cylinder engine. And that configuration is key to the company’s future.
Making improvements to existing engines, as well as working toward something entirely different.
This vehicle has a V6 under the hood, it produces 377 hp and 377 lb-ft of torque like a V8, and it has the fuel efficiency of an I4. Here’s a look at the powertrain architecture.
William Clay Ford, who died earlier this week, was the last remaining grandchild of Henry Ford.
One of the cleverest approaches to vehicle refueling was the Phill system that Honda, through a third party, had made available for a previous generation natural gas powered Civic GX.
A Diamond Not Quite As Big As the Ritz.