Electric-Car-Stifling 'Travel Provision,' 2016 Toyota Prius Spy Shots, Chevy Bolt EV Trademark: Today's Car News


Chevrolet Bolt EV concept, 2015 Detroit Auto Show

Chevrolet Bolt EV concept, 2015 Detroit Auto Show

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Today, find out how a regulatory "travel provision" may be stifling electric-car sales outside California, see spy shots of the 2016 Toyota Prius hybrid, and learn why General Motors' efforts to trademark the Chevrolet Bolt EV name have hit a roadblock. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

From Tesla and golf carts to Fiat and BMW, we've got a couple of showdowns in our Week in Reverse feature and video.

Zero Motorcycles cuts prices, sells to police, and gets a big grant to boot.

General Motors confirms that the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze will debut June 24. It will likely be similar to the model that debuted in China last year.

Why are electric cars rare outside of California? In the Northeast, at least, it may be due to an arcane regulatory provision called the "travel provision."

The Environmental Protection Agency proposes lowering the amounts of ethanol required to be mixed with gasoline as part of the 2007 Renewable Fuels Standard.

GM's Chevrolet Bolt trademark application hits a snag in the form of a possible conflict with Yamaha.

More spy shots of the 2016 Toyota Prius appear after a testing session on public roads in Thailand.

Learn the history of Tesla Motors in just two minutes with this short video.

How do the Nissan Leaf and Ford Focus Electric stack up? Find out with this quick comparison.

Finally, the 2016 Opel Astra is revealed ahead of its scheduled debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.

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