Honda Fit Gas Mileage, LA Auto Show Preview, Electric-Car Incentives: Today's Car News

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Prototype Honda CR-Z with carbon-fiber reinforced plastic body, Honda Proving Ground, Tochigi, Japan

Today on Green Car Reports: The Toyota Prius C hybrid could get a convertible model in Japan, the Ford Edge could get a hybrid model with its next redesign, and we preview the green cars of the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

We learned that the 2015 Honda Fit will have an EPA combined gas-mileage rating of 36 mpg when it goes on sale next spring.

Yesterday we previewed the Tokyo Motor Show, today it's our turn for the Los Angeles Auto Show; both events have their media previews this week.

All the official details on the all-new 2014 MINI Cooper--including the 3-cylinder version--were released today.

How much do you know about electric-car incentives? Most consumers know very little, it turns out.

Meanwhile, is this another nail in the coffin for coal? The TVA said it will cut its coal use in half, starting this year with the mothballing of eight coal generating plants.

Despite Audi's claims, a new study shows U.S. consumers are interested in hybrid and electric cars--but not in diesels, much.

Honda has created a carbon-fiber CR-Z hybrid as a lightweight prototype; we drove it.

And, finally, tires that don't use air are going on sale next year.


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