Specs and details for the Wrangler PHEV have been leaked to Practical Motoring before the model’s official detailed announcement, the new Wrangler set to come with a 2.0-litre petrol turbo engine mated to a ZF-sourced eight-sped hybrid transmission with a plug-in electric battery.
Hummer by name, hummer by an electric drivetrain…
This is the first look at Jeep’s new electrified Wrangler, and it doesn’t look much different at all.
Want to know what the best bang for your buck Toyota RAV4 is to buy? It’s the Cruiser Hybrid FWD. Here’s why.
Subaru’s 2020 Forester Hybrid and XV Hybrid pair will land in Australia soon and pricing and spec has been confirmed.
Australian made electric Toyota LandCruisers are proving to be easier to maintain and nicer to drive than the original diesel offering.
Laws that make Acoustic Vehicle Alerting Systems mandatory for all new electric vehicles also bring VW an opportunity for a new kind of branding.
A 21st century alternative to the Land Rover Defender is about to arrive, touting an almost 2400kg payload capacity and serious off-road ability.
Ford and Volkswagen have announced an expanding alliance that will incorporate electric vehicles and a joint investment in Argo AI for the introduction of autonomous vehicle tech.
Bosch is developing cloud-based services that can help take the pressure off electric vehicle batteries and extend their life.
BMW was at the front of the electric car movement with the i3 but it’s stumbled a bit since, now its launched the all-electric Mini Cooper SE hoping the iconic hatch will win buyers.
Electric cars are taking on traditional motorsports from Formula E to rally driving with the launch of the Extreme E off-road racing series and the Odyssey 21 electric off-road racer
Subaru and Toyota have announced the two car makers will work together to develop a platform for battery electric passenger vehicles and an electric SUV.
Jaguar Land Rover and BMW have announced they’ll work together to build next-generation electric drive units and technologies in general.
The Atlis XT electric dual-cab ute is available for order now boasting four-wheel drive and a driving range of up to 800km. It’s expected to launch in 2020.