Today on Green Car Reports, we correct the math in Forbes magazine, GM says it wants to build a Tesla competitor, and Jewish holidays cause clean air. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
General Motors says it's developing a $30,000 electric car with 200 miles of range; sounds like Tesla competition to us. When? They didn't say.
Turns out that Israel tested what happens when you remove all cars from the roads. Surprise, surprise: The air gets cleaner.
Nissan crossed the line in a Leaf ad by saying that yes, in effect, electric cars are better than gasoline cars.
California is getting serious about hydrogen fueling stations; the state committed some serious money to making them happen.
Got $3.6 trillion? That's what our nation's bridges need just to get them into a state of good repair.
And mark your calendars now for the weekend of September 28 and 29: It's National Plug-In Day again!