Today on Green Car Reports: Two Tesla topics, an electric car that folds itself up, a policy debate over diesel incentives, and wireless charging comes to your garage. All this and more in today's car news, right here on Green Car Reports.

Wireless charging hasn't rolled out for electric cars yet, but it'll be offered on the 2014 Chevy Volt--for your cellphone.

How far can you go in a Tesla Model S? In The Netherlands, if you drive very, very carefully, the answer is 338 miles.

Volkswagen wants Federal incentives to encourage buyers to choose diesel cars.

Ever wanted to see an interactive map of traffic fatality rates around the globe? We've got it.

We've also got not one but two unusual electric vehicles: first, a "Harley-Davidson for the sidewalk" named Scrooser ...

... and then an electric 'Armadillo' that folds up on command, which you control with your smartphone.

Back to Tesla at the bell: Will a Guangdong businessman thwart the electric-car maker's China expansion plans?

And, finally, if you're headed out for Labor Day, be careful: There's not only more traffic, but more accidents expected too. Stay safe.


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