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Today, we look at the choice facing Volkswagen 2.0-liter TDI owners, possible updates to Tesla Autopilot, and the Obama Administration’s plan to fund a national network of electric-car charging stations. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Tesla is working on changes to its Autopilot system in an apparent response to the fatal May 7 crash that has put increased public scrutiny on the technology.
Samsung takes a stake on Chinese carmaker BYD, joining Warren Buffett.
Hundreds of thousands of Volkswagen 2.0-liter TDI owners must decide whether to take a buyback or wait for modifications to be approved. Here is the dilemma undecided owners face.
The U.S. government will offer $4.5 billion for electric-car charging stations via Department of Energy loan guarantees.
The next BMW 3-Series may get an all-electric variant to target Tesla, according to a new report. That would essentially bring things full circle, as Tesla CEO Elon Musk has cited the current 3-Series as competition for the Model 3.
Volkswagen now faces lawsuits from Maryland, Massachusetts, and New York over its diesel-emissions cheating.
Finally, Geneva introduces a “flash-charging” system for electric buses that provides 15-second bursts of 600 kilowatts at bus stops.
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