Today on Green Car Reports, we've got the latest on electric cars, hybrids, and hydrogen fuel cells. We look at why electric-car incentives haven't worked in the U.K., and recap the third National Plug-In Day, held this past weekend.

On the hybrid front, Toyota chairman and "Father of the Prius" Takeshi Uchiyamada says hybrids are still Toyota's top priority, while Subaru has released pricing information on its first hybrid, the XV Crosstrek. Finally, GM has a new fuel-cell research partner: the U.S. Army. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Why haven't U.K. plug-in electric car incentives worked? Find out here.

The 2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid will start at $26,820 when it goes on sale later this year.

GM and the U.S. Army collaborate on fuel-cell vehicle research.

Noteworthy events from National Plug-In Day.

The "Father of the Prius" says hybrids are still more important to Toyota than electric cars.

Finally, Ford unveils its new EcoBoost V-6 Daytona Prototype racer.


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