Toyota FCV hydrogen fuel cell vehicle prototype during hot-weather endurance testing in N AmericaEnlarge Photo
Today on Green Car Reports: Detecting Tesla Model S electric-car changes, a video road test of the 2015 Subaru Legacy sedan, and new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) coal-plant rules that could spark a political battle. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
We ran down last week's top stories in our Week In Reverse feature.
Could future lithium-ion batteries be woven from energy-carrying "yarn?"
Japan's automakers and government are moving to dominate fuel-cell vehicles.
The Tata Nano may be the world's cheapest new car, but its maker is recasting it as hip and upscale.
The 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV is now arriving at dealers with a few updates, and a new, lower price tag.
The EPA is set to announce new coal-plant emissions rules that could well produce a major political fight.
Has the Tesla Model S electric car changed since its 2012 launch? You bet it has; we tell you how.
The 2015 Subaru Legacy is a stealth car: Put it on your radar after watching our video road test.
In case you were wondering, here's how to kill your car.
Finally, Mitsubishi gears up for the 2014 Pikes Peak Hill Climb with a 603-horsepower electric racer.