The Tesla Model Y Is The Best-Selling Car In The World
For the first time in history, the best-selling vehicle in the world is electric. Tesla's Model Y just beat out the Toyota Corolla on the global sales charts. The Tesla Model 3 also ranked in the top 10.
Toyota Tests Liquid Hydrogen Race Car
Batteries aren't the only path to zero emissions. But hydrogen, a credible alternative, has been limited by the need to store the gas in large, pressurized tanks. A new experimental race car from Toyota running on liquid hydrogen may provide an interesting way forward for driving enthusiasts.
Why Toyota Still Believes in Hydrogen
Toyota has been a big believer in hydrogen. It is now selling the second-generation Mirai, a fuel-cell electric vehicle that uses compressed hydrogen gas in a tank to power a fuel cell, which powers an electric motor. But why does Toyota still believe in hydrogen? Let's find out.
Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid Road Test
Toyota's perennially popular Corolla now has a crossover version, the Corolla Cross. The new Corolla Cross Hybrid adds the company's well-known hybrid system for 196 horsepower and 42 combined MPG. All mileage is EPA estimated.
2023 Toyota Corolla Hybrid Gets 50 City MPG
The Toyota Corolla Hybrid has just received a major upgrade for the 2023 model year. It gets more power and is now available with all-wheel drive. Plus, five trim levels are available, and there's a $1,250 price cut.
Best-Selling Fuel-Efficient Cars
If you are looking for improved fuel efficiency, and do not want a hybrid, plug-in, or electric car, there are still some amazing options. Here is our list of the top 10 selling fuel-efficient cars in America.
Top Compact Hybrids
Looking to save money on fuel, but not yet ready for an electric or a plug-in hybrid vehicle? A compact hybrid might be for you. Almost all of the vehicles on our list are rated by the EPA at over 50 MPG in the city.
Most Efficient Hybrid Cars
The most efficient hybrid cars available are still sedans or hatchbacks, which offer better MPG figures than SUVs or crossovers. In our list of the most efficient hybrid vehicles, you'll consistently find EPA ratings of over 50 MPG in the city - and impressive features and tech.