Hyundai electric SUV, True Zero hydrogen stations, CAFE progress: Today's Car News

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Today, Hyundai will reportedly launch an all-electric SUV in 2018, First Element Fuel unveils the True Zero brand name for its hydrogen fueling stations, and carmakers continue to meet fuel-efficiency goals. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Hyundai will launch an all-electric SUV in 2018 with 200 miles of range, a new report says.

The Buick Lacrosse Hybrid is unveiled at the 2016 Beijing Auto Show, but likely won’t be sold outside of China.

Electric cars provide a respite from a post-apocalyptic landscape in this fan-made Tesla commercial.

True Zero is the brand name First Element Fuel will use to market its hydrogen fueling stations.

A new study shows that carmakers are meeting rising Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) goals, just as expected.

We compare two sporty compact cars: the Subaru WRX and Mercedes-Benz CLA45 AMG.

Finally, the Volkswagen T-Prime Concept GTE is a plug-in hybrid that previews an upcoming large crossover from VW.


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