2014 BMW i3 (German-market version), Amsterdam, Oct 2013Enlarge Photo
It's been a busy week in the green automotive universe, but you already know that, since you follow us on social media. But here's a quick refresher:
A third Tesla Model S caught on fire this week, and we analyzed the situation by listing what we know so far. We also laid out what we still need to learn about these three fires.
In other Tesla news, a video of a Tesla Model S hitting 132 mph on the autobahn surfaced on the Internet, and the Nissan Leaf bumped the Tesla Model S to become the top selling car in Norway in October.
The Silicon Valley startup automaker held its earnings call, and we learned about its production constraints and battery-supply issues. Basically, it can't keep up with demand.
The nominees for Green Car Reports Best Car To Buy 2014 were announced, and that list included the 2014 Mazda 3, 2014 Chevrolet Spark EV, 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Diesel, and the 2014 BMW i3.
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