2017 Toyota Prius Prime, Tesla Q3 deliveries, Mitsubishi GT-PHEV: Today's Car News

2017 Toyota Prius Prime test drive, Ojai, California, Sep 2016

2017 Toyota Prius Prime test drive, Ojai, California, Sep 2016

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Today, we have first impressions of the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid, Tesla third-quarter delivery figures, and the debut of the Mitsubishi GT-PHEV plug-in hybrid concept at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Catch up on news from the 2016 Paris Motor Show and more with our Week in Reverse feature.

The Nissan Navara EnGuard concept is a rescue truck that uses portable lithium-ion battery packs for portable emergency power.

We drove the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid, and found it to be a considerably better car than a few electric-car fans had feared.

The Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid is being discontinued for the 2017 model year, marking the end of the line for Subaru’s first production hybrid.

Tesla delivered 24,500 electric cars in the third quarter, and is holding firm on its prediction of 50,000 deliveries for the second half of 2016.

The Mitsubushi GT-PHEV concept debuted at the 2016 Paris Motor Show as the latest plug-in hybrid concept from the Japanese carmaker.

Plug-in electric car sales figures for September show the Chevrolet Volt holding steady, and the Nissan Leaf gaining ground.

It turns out the redesigned Smart ForTwo Electric Drive has a little Renault-Nissan underneath, evidence of the ongoing collaboration between Daimler and the Franco-Japanese firm.

Here’s why Tesla is struggling in China, despite a healthy appetite for electric cars there.

The U.S. Justice Department mulls the exact amount of the fine to be paid by Volkswagen for installing illegal “defeat device” software in diesel cars.

Finally, Jeep may develop a crossover even smaller than the current Renegade, according to one report.

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