General Motors is the major manufacturer of hybrid trucks. Starting in 2008 with the GMC Sierra and the Chevrolet Silverado, General Motors have offered other hybrid truck variants in its other sports utilities and truck models including the Cadillac Escalade, the GMC Yukon, and the Chevrolet Tahoe. If you are on the lookout for hybrid trucks, you have to keep in mind that although your objective is to save money on fuel consumption, the prices of these vehicles are amazingly high compared to a gasoline-powered... view

Via motor is now taking on a new technology that would make converting traditional trucks into hybrid electric trucks in greater dimension and will start converting vehicles made from other automakers early this year. Via Motors will initially start from GM vehicles with the likes of Silverado and Tahoe and will be targeting corporate consumers and individuals using utility trucks. However, sales would be start early 2013 as the hybrid trucks will be expected to go in full blast sales. Via Motors... view

The new Land Rover DC100 Defender is set to be launched in the upcoming Los Angeles Motor Show sometime this year.  There are several modifications and upgrades of the new Land Rover including the new wheels and a new body shape. You can choose from either the open top edition or the traditional off-roader Land Rover DC100 Defender model. The designers of this new model were able to integrate a new concept after the DC10 previous version of the Land Rover Defender. Meanwhile, the 2013 Hyundai Genesis... view

Though pickup trucks are rarely concern, do you still ponder about your hot wheel trucks during your preschool years? If big toys are your favorite mainstream drag racing, check out these reputable pickup trucks that haul for economy fuel and car-like ride. Forge in the new generation of modest towing and expect aggressive versatility and efficiency vehicle – Hybrid pickup trucks!  When pickup trucks are brought in as a vehicle for automobile driving, critics proclaim that it assumes a typical... view

Turbo engines are better and far stronger compare to their Naturally Aspirated (NASP) counterparts. Using a turbo forces the air inside the engine helping any car to run faster, this engine can withstand extensive power gains since the rate of the flow is dependent on the impellers inside the engine. In general turbo engine helps smaller engines to produce the same amount of power that larger engines produce without having to consume a lot of fuel, to put it simply turbo enables a more efficient... view