Today, ads for the BMW 330e plug-in hybrid poke fun at Tesla Model 3 wait times, the Nissan BladeGlider electric sports car reemerges in Brazil, and Consumer Reports criticizes Volkswagen diesel buyback offers. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Read about electric car emissions, a Chevrolet Volt sales milestone, and good news for Volkswagen TDI owners in our Week in Reverse feature.
Nissan is looking to sell its share of the Automotive Energy Supply Corporation (AESC) battery venture, according to a recent report.
About four out of 10 Ford Fusion mid-size sedans sold in the Los Angeles area are now hybrids or plug-in hybrids.
A pair of Nissan BladeGlider electric sports car prototypes will appear at the Rio Olympics. The cars are working versions of a concept unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show back in 2013.
Consumer Reports urges Volkswagen to offer higher buyback amounts to diesel owners. Will the company listen?
BMW 330e plug-in hybrid adds tout the German luxury sedan as a no-wait alternative to the Tesla Model 3.
It may have only made its first test run last week, but China’s massive elevated bus is already drawing skepticism.
What’s the problem with plug-in hybrids? Many buyers simply don’t understand them at all.
Ford is recalling nearly 830,000 vehicles registered in North America to replace their side-door latches.
Finally, the next Mercedes-Benz C-Class may shed significant weight thanks to greater use of aluminum.
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