2017 Toyota Prius Prime, Toyota electric car, Tesla Supercharger fee: Today's Car News


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Today, we have a video road test of the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid, a new report claims Toyota will launch a battery-electric car, and Tesla Motors will begin charging for use of its Supercharger DC fast-charging stations. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Learn all about the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid with our video road test.

Volkswagen's home state calls its diesel-emissions cheating "inexcusable" as a local investigation widens the scandal.

In an apparent reversal of its previous policy, Toyota will reportedly launch a battery-electric car in 2020.

Could a European Union switch to on-road emissions testing actually allow more pollution? Advocacy group Transport & Environment thinks it might.

Tesla will begin charging new owners for use of its Supercharger DC fast-charging stations beginning January 1.

China has made significant progress in adopting renewable energy, but its addiction to coal continues, according to a new report.

Are you an Android user? Then you might be pleased to know that Android Auto can now interface with any new car, even ones that haven't signed up to offer the system.

Finally, check out our video road test of the 2017 Acura NSX hybrid supercar.

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