2015 Volkswagen e-Golf (Euro spec) - Driven, Portland OR, July 2014 (credit: NWAPA)Enlarge Photo
Today's news is all about carmakers' future plans. Volkswagen confirms that all of its plug-in cars will soon have DC fast-charging capability, Infiniti says it won't build its previously-discussed electric car, and Hyundai's head of green-car R&D talks to us about upcoming hybrids and electric cars. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Future Volkswagen plug-in cars will all have Combined Charging Standard (CCS) DC fast-charging, the company says.
The aluminum-bodied 2015 Ford F-150 has the lowest lifetime carbon footprint of any full-size pickup truck, a new study says.
It seems Infiniti's electric car is (once again) cancelled... or maybe just postponed.
Connecticut may soon join the ranks of states that allow Tesla direct sales, as a Tesla-buying senator leads the push to change the state's dealer franchise laws.
Hyundai green-car R&D chief Ki-Sang Lee talks to us about the company's plans for electric cars, hybrids, and more.
The 2015 Jeep Cherokee crossover is investigated for an engine fire captured on film.
Finally, an updated version of the Hyundai Veloster three-door hatchback is revealed in the company's home market of Korea.