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Tesla's China Plans, NYC Electric Carriage, Audi TT Offroad Plug-In: Today's Car News


Audi TT Offroad concept, 2014 Beijing Auto Show

Audi TT Offroad concept, 2014 Beijing Auto Show

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Today on Green Car Reports: Tesla Motors plans to build cars in China, New York City proposes an electric-car replacement for horse-drawn carriages, and the Audi TT Offroad plug-in hybrid concept debuts at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

A new world record is set in Canada, with 431 electric cars assembled in one place.

Tesla says it will source North American raw materials for its $5 billion lithium-ion battery "Gigafactory" to cut pollution.

The Audi TT Offroad plug-in hybrid concept is part sports car, part crossover, and very yellow.

The Ford C-Max Hybrid's EPA combined fuel-economy rating was recently cut from 47 mpg to 43 mpg, and it's causing sales to slump, an executive says.

Tesla will build electric cars in China, giving it a foothold in a market CEO Elon Musk believes has great potential.

The 2015 Lexus NX crossover makes a surprise appearance at the 2014 New York Auto Show.

See the electric "vintage car" that animal-rights advocates hope will replace New York City's horse-drawn carriages.

The 2015 Chevrolet Trax all-wheel drive subcompact hatchback will launch in the U.S. next year after several years on sale abroad.

The next Nissan Leaf may take a page from the Tesla Model S, offering different battery options with different ranges.

Despite recall headlines, General Motors sales remain strong, for now.

Finally, the 2015 MINI Paceman debuts with minor updates at the 2014 Beijing Auto Show.

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