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Honda Ends 3 Green Models, Tesla Gigafactory Update, Aluminum 2016 Jaguar XE: Today's Car News


Honda Solar Hydrogen Station prototype with 2010 Honda FCX Clarity hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle

Honda Solar Hydrogen Station prototype with 2010 Honda FCX Clarity hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle

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Today on Green Car Reports: Honda discontinues three of its greener models for 2015, Tesla and Panasonic reach an agreement on the battery "gigafactory" project, and aluminum construction boosts efficiency in the 2016 Jaguar XE sedan. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Tesla and Panasonic reach an agreement on the massive gigafactory lithium-ion cell manufacturing project.

The 2016 Jaguar XE sedan uses aluminum construction to boost fuel economy.

Find out why a promising battery technology may never get beyond the research stage.

Honda discontinues three green models for 2015: Say goodbye to the Fit EV electric car, the Insight hybrid, and the FCX Clarity hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle.

BMW i3 electric car owners in California will get free DC fast charging through 2015.

There are 1.2 billion vehicles on the world's roads, and that number could grow to 2 billion by 2035, a new report says.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk gets a high honor: A guest appearance on The Simpsons, as himself.

Take a quick drive in an appropriately green 2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid.

Finally, Ferrari plans an electric turbocharger for improved efficiency (just like Audi).

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