Tesla profits, first Chevy Bolt EV sales, carbon emissions plateau, California resists: Today's Car News


2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV

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Today, find out why it may be more urgent for Tesla to turn a profit in the coming years, what language about battery degradation in the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV owner's manual means, and what a new study says about global carbon emissions. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

See why Volkswagen believes the cost of electric cars and diesels will equalize around 2025.

Here is a possible scenario in which California may butt heads with the federal government over green-car policy.

Global carbon emissions have been flat for three years now, according a new, exhaustive study. But a leveling off of emissions isn't the same as a decrease.

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV owner's manual mentions the possibility of 10 to 40 percent battery-capacity loss over the car's warranty period. But what are the chances of owners actually experiencing that?

Debate over the profitability of Tesla electric cars has raged for years, but could it become a more pressing issue as legacy automakers produce electric cars in larger numbers?

The Renault Zoe remained the best-selling electric car in Europe through October, and the Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Hybrid kept the top spot in its category as well.

It's only been two years in the making, but today the first 2017 Chevy Bolt EVs were delivered to buyers in California, with eager drivers getting the keys to their 238-mile electric cars.

Find out why Michigan's new self-driving car laws help automakers, but hobble ride-sharing services like Uber.

Finally, changing your own oil is simpler than you might think, as this video explains.

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