Today on Green Car Reports: A diesel version of the tiny Tata Nano, a pair of court cases for Fisker Automotive, and our tally of plug-in electric car sales for 2013. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
The Volkswagen e-Up is the latest electric car to offer a gasoline backup loaner.
The world's cheapest new car--the Tata Nano--gets a diesel option.
Want to make solar panels more efficient? Play them music, a new study says.
Fisker's fate is up in the air: Wanxiang submitted a last-minute bid, while the company's founder are being sued by an investor group.
Plug-in electric car sales for 2013 are almost double the level of 2012's. (We'll continuously update the report through today and Monday.)
We drive the 2014 Mazda CX-5 2.5-liter Skyactiv crossover to see if its gas mileage is as good as the version with a smaller engine.
An Uber driver kills a pedestrain, but Uber denies fault. What will the courts say?
The Audi Sport quattro concept may spawn a production version, but will it keep its plug-in hybrid powertrain?