Today on Green Car Reports: CEO Elon Musk says China may become Tesla Motors' biggest market, Virginia scraps its hybrid-vehicle tax, and a New Jersey Honda dealer achieves electric-grid neutrality. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

With Model S electric cars priced at $121,000, China could be the biggest market for Tesla, Elon Musk says.

Virginia comes to its senses, and scraps 2013's hybrid-vehicle tax.

We've updated our Ultimate Guide to the Nissan Leaf electric car.

A New Jersey Honda dealer is the first in the U.S. to use no net electricity.

Toyota zips past General Motors to remain the world's biggest automaker, and hopes to set a global sales record in 2014.

The small BMW 2 Series Active Tourer will go on sale in the U.S. in 2015.

A new turbocharged four-cylinder gasoline engine will power an upcoming Audi S3 Plus model and other future Volkswagen Group models.


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