Apple Car dead, Fisker electric car hype, Faraday factory imperiled: Today's Car News


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Today, a report indicates that Apple is scrapping plans to build its own electric car, Henrik Fisker teases his latest electric-car design, raising questions in the process, and Faraday Future reportedly misses payments to the lead contractor on its Nevada factory. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The Apple Car always faced insanely great odds, so Apple's apparent cancellation of the project isn't completely surprising.

The Toyota Mirai can now add a motorsport victory to its resume. The hydrogen fuel-cell sedan won the 2016 e-Rally Monte Carlo.

After years of indecision, Chinese demand may finally be pushing Infiniti to launch an electric car.

Meet another one of our Green Car Reports 2017 Best Car To Buy nominees: the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid.

Faraday Future missed payments to the lead contractor on its Nevada factory, according to a new report.

As Henrik Fisker teases his latest electric car, questions have arisen about the design's reception on various forms of social media.

Just as it noted with new cars and crossovers, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) found that most new pickup trucks have poor headlights.

Finally, Michelin's 2017 design challenge asked entrants to create 24 Hours of Le Mans race cars for 2030. Among the finalists was a design that included batteries housed in airless tires.

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