Old Vs New Teslas, 200-mile VW e-Golf, Toyota C-HR: Today's Car News


Toyota C-HR Concept (2nd version), 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show

Toyota C-HR Concept (2nd version), 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show

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Today, a comparison of old and new Tesla Model S electric cars, a report that the next Volkswagen e-Golf will have a 200-mile range, and the impending debut of the Toyota C-HR hybrid crossover. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

If you're considering buying a new car this month, here are some of the best deals on electric cars, hybrids, and other green models.

It's old versus new as we compare a 2016 Tesla Model S P90D to the original version of Tesla's electric luxury sedan.

This tiny Tata van just might be the smallest roadworthy hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle in the world.

The production version of the Toyota C-HR subcompact crossover will debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show next month, and there will be a hybrid version.

We have live photos and video of the 2017 Kia Niro hybrid crossover from the 2016 Chicago Auto Show.

The next Volkswagen e-Golf will have a 200-mile range, and move to the new VW MEB platform for battery-electric cars, according to a new report.

Is it better to buy a hybrid, or a fuel-efficient non-hybrid car? We compare the Toyota Prius and Honda Fit to find out.

Finally, the Volvo V90 plug-in hybrid station wagon is leaked ahead of its scheduled February 18 reveal date.

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