2015 Nissan Leaf, Denver, Colorado, Mar 2016 [photo: owner Andrew Ganz]
Today, Colorado simplifies its electric-car tax incentives, Neste claims very low “well-to-wheels” carbon emissions for its renewable diesel, and the Nikola One is a 2,000-horsepower natural gas-electric semi truck. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
The Nikola One is a 2,000-hp natural gas-electric semi truck from a second company named after Nikola Tesla.
In Paris, cars compete with myriad other transit modes—and often lose.
Colorado simplifies its electric-car tax incentives, but it no longer offers incentives for used models.
Neste claims its renewable diesel fuel has 90 percent lower lifetime carbon emissions compared to conventional diesel.
We compare the redesigned Chevrolet Cruze to one of the stalwarts of the compact-car segment, the Toyota Corolla.
Finally, we have full details on BMW’s quad-turbocharged diesel engine.
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