Propane could become a Popular Vehicle Fuel

Propane has a huge advantage over hydrogen fuel cells and CNG as a vehicle fuel that a lot of people don’t realize. The infrastructure needed to get it to customers already exists. The dealers who refill your barbecue tank and the big white tank behind your cousin’s house in the boondocks can also refill propane-powered vehicles.

Honda Bets Big on Natural Gas

It looks like natural gas might just be the fuel of the future after all. One has to wonder if electric cars will be able to compete. After all, natural gas is a proven technology: UPS now has hundreds of CNG powered delivery trucks on America’s roads.

Mercedes Fuel Cell Car on the Way

It looks like fuel cell cars are going to be part of our future sooner than we think. It also looks like the auto industry of the future will be much like that of the early 1900s, when vehicles with several different kinds of power sources were on the roads.

Volkswagen Moving to Become World’s No. 1 Automaker

Volkswagen is already the No. 1 selling brand of car in Europe, where it has been able to drive GM out of some of its historic markets, including Germany and Great Britain. VW is also pushing hard in the United States, where it has a constructed a plant capable of constructing up to 500,000 vehicles a year. VW also increased its US sales by 100,000 between 2009 and 2011.