Today on GreenCar Reports: Elon Musk says "meh" to the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt, better sensors may cut battery costs, and we challenge you to name all 23 hybrids Toyota sells globally. All this and more in today's car news, right here on Green Car Reports.

Tesla is now worth more than Fiat, the century-old global automaker that owns Chrysler.

Toyota and Lexus together turn out to sell no fewer than 23 different hybrid models globally; how many can you name?

In the continuing fight against distracted driving, a court ruled that you can be sued for sending a text to a driver--at least in New Jersey.

We have video of the Nissan ZEOD electric race car being prepped.

A distressing number of people never move more than one-third of a mile away from their cars.

We look at the technology of smaller, better battery sensors that could cut the cost of battery packs for electric cars.

Toyota has provided more details on the powertrain of its Yaris Hybrid-R Concept.

Elon Musk tells Bloomberg he's not impressed with the Chevrolet Volt or Nissan Leaf.

And, finally, we continue to get comments on yesterday's piece about the proposed Elio three-wheeled car, which may--or may not--be a new type of highly efficient transportation.

Happy Labor Day weekend, everyone!


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