Subaru doesnt get many mentions on Beating Spirit, which is a shame as the company has some excellent products just not very economical ones!
A study carried out on behalf of the BBC has revealed that Britain has higher transport costs than anywhere else in Europe with people spending on average 15% of their disposable income on transport.
Last years film Who killed the electric car? accused GM of the murder, ten years ago, of its EV1 electric vehicle. However the corporation obviously feels it needs to renew its efforts with green cars hence the appearance of the Chevrolet Volt at the Detroit Show.
BMW has announced details of the revised 5 Series Saloon and Touring range - a mid-life refresh programme with new engines and technologies - and the firm claims there is an improvement in economy by up to 25 per cent.
As one forecast shows that sales of organic food and drink will reach 2 billion by 2010, and another survey shows that two-thirds of youngsters think it is important that the company they work for in the future is environmentally friendly, its timely for the launch of a new one stop shop website for all things green and ethical.
Here is Toyotas concept for the future of green sports cars, and is being seen as a spiritual successor to the Supra. The 3.5 litre V6 hybrid electric vehicle ticks all the right boxes, but just leaves us with one question when can we buy one?
Not only does the Fiat Panda come top in our Beating Spirit 4x4 petrol section with 42.8mpg, but a diesel version is being entered in the Dakar 2007 rally raid
Volkswagen has unveiled its compact 4x4, the Concept Tiguan, at the Los Angeles Auto Show, and has announced that the first examples of the SUV will be delivered to customers by the end of next year.
Not all 4x4s are big, dirty and dangerous, claims a new campaign launched by Honda.
At the Paris Motor Show later this month Peugeot will reveal the 207 EPURE concept car a glimpse of a future 207 model fitted with the latest PSA Peugeot Citroën Groups fuel cell technology.