Audi Electric SUV, Tesla Supercharger Growth, Oregon Per-Mile Road Fee: Today's Car News


2015 Geneva Motor Show

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Today, we've got confirmation that Audi will build an all-electric SUV, a look at how quickly the Tesla Supercharger network has grown over the past year, and Oregon's concept for a per-mile road fee that could replace the gas tax. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The Nissan Sway concept sets the look for future small cars, but could it preview the next Leaf as well?

Get up to speed on last week's biggest stories with our Week in Reverse feature and video.

Check out the Aoxin Ibis electric car, China's Tesla-beater... or maybe not.

See why the business model for public electric-car charging is still in doubt.

The new Quant flow-cell battery concepts certainly made a statement at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, but technical details are still sketchy.

Audi confirms an all-electric SUV that will compete with the Tesla Model X, and may even beat it on range.

Mack Trucks updates its natural-gas powered semi tractors with new transmissions and adaptive cruise control.

Tesla Supercharger network growth surged over the last 14 months.

Oregon will test the nation's first per-mile road tax as a possible replacement for the gas tax that would charge plug-in cars and internal-combustion vehicles on a more equal basis.

Certain 2013 through 2015 model-year Nissan Altima sedans are recalled because of faulty hood latches.

Finally, the Mercedes-Benz Metris mid-size van is confirmed for the U.S.

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