The iconic American brand wants you to think of this as the electric guitar of motorcycles.
GOL Airlines is using Honeywell Green Jet Fuel made from inedible corn oil and used cooking oil to power 200 flights during 2014 World Cup.
Tesla does not risk becoming the next Palm, as long as Elon Musk wins over auto giants along with the masses.
The electric carmaker is making a radical shift toward open source, hoping to speed the development of electric cars.
A new collaboration that includes Coca-Cola, Nike and Procter & Gamble aims to use unwanted tomatoes to create bioplastics.
A year after signing the Climate Declaration, and with a new CEO, GM sticks to its guns on harnessing climate change to innovate.
The "Previewing the possible for smart cities" series continues with a hard look at where we live, where we work and how to get where we need to go.
By disclosing its greenhouse gas emissions, the sector faces both risks and opportunities.
A solar sedan and a pickup truck may have more in common than you expect. Here's why.
From folding bikes to self-driving vehicles, there are more ways than ever to leave cars at home — if you even own one in the first place.
Whether setting targets or making green products alluring, here's what business leaders can learn from the hits of the automotive industry.
In May, auto companies from Chrysler to Toyota and beyond must report to the SEC about known conflict minerals in supply chains.
The world’s largest automakers agree on minimum environmental, business ethics and human rights standards.
Commercial fleet operators, their value chain operators and policymakers can create change by paying attention to these big ideas.
The radical new WAVE design, built to be 20 percent more aerodynamic than most other trucks, can run on a variety of fuels.
By 2015, nearly 50 percent of vehicles will integrate with in-dash or smartphone applications for everything from smarter parking to better route planning.
Tesla's plan to build the world's largest battery factory next year could transform the power industry.
From autos to railroads, rising fuel prices are just one aspect of the pressures in this sector. Here's a closer look.
Amid climate change and urbanization, this effort seeks to transform transportation in urban centers around the world.
Change is needed to ensure transport contributes to poverty reduction and shared prosperity.