Today on Green Car Reports: Apps could help electric-car drivers see how much they're saving, 2013-2014 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid sedans are being recalled, and Nissan's R&D chief says carbon fiber is for making airplanes, but not cars. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

What can you save driving an electric car? Soon, apps may be able to help you find out.

Why can't California subsidize 120-Volt workplace charging? It could be a simpler way to make electric-car charging widely available.

2013-2014 Lincoln MKZ Hybrids are being recalled for a transmission issue.

Nissan's R&D chief says carbon fiber is good for planes, not cars.

Never heard of BlueEfficiency? You're not alone: Here are 10 eco-marketing car labels that mean...nothing.

GM says buyers will compare the Cadillac ELR to the BMW 6 Series. Well, the price is certainly comparable.

A British reporter drives the 2014 BMW i3 with range extender, and find the performance underwhelming in a couple of circumstances.

Volkswagen's American-made SUV won't be a Touareg; will it be based on the CrossBlue diesel-hybrid concept instead?

Finally, a convertible version of the 2015 Acura NSX hybrid supercar is reportedly in the works.


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