Electric Corvette, BMW plug-in hybrid, Subaru prices, flow-cell car driven: Today's Car News

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Today, predictions on electric car sales, a new luxury plug-in hybrid sedan, why electric cars exist, and another zero-emission vehicle that would require huge infrastructure spending. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Haven't ordered your Tesla Model 3 yet? The company says new orders won't be delivered until 2018. At the earliest.

Think you know which electric car will sell best next year? Check your guess against our poll results.

BMW will launch a plug-in hybrid version of its new 5-Series sedan within the next year or two.

Electric cars only exist because of legislation, argues one writer, and profitable consumer demand isn't there yet.

Nano Flowcell has let at least one journalist drive a prototype of its electric car using a flow-cell battery, whose liquid electrolytes would be supplied at a network of filling stations. Sound familiar?

The prices are out for the redesigned 2017 Subaru Impreza, now built in the U.S.

Finally, interested in an all-electric Corvette? Would you pay $750,000 for one?

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