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Today, we have the top six trends in plug-in electric cars through 2020, Volkswagen's confirmation that it will release a report on its diesel cheating in April, and our monthly plug-in electric car sales report, which will be updated frequently over the next day or so. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne is confident diesel has a future in the U.S., but also believes it will reach its endpoint soon due to stricter emissions standards.
Tesla issues a statement to clarify its position in the ongoing Michigan dealership fight.
Volkswagen will release the results of an internal investigation of its diesel cheating at its annual shareholder meeting in April.
See the top six trends in plug-in electric cars through 2020.
Plug-in electric car sales for January hold steady, but offer little to celebrate. Be sure to check back, as we'll be updating this report frequently today and tomorrow.
The Toyota Prius "family" may shrink as low gas prices dim the allure of a full lineup of hybrid models.
Certain Mazda CX-5 crossovers are being recalled because of the potential for fuel leaks.
Finally, we have spy shots of the 2017 BMW 1 Series compact luxury sedan, which hasn't been confirmed for the U.S. yet.