Today on Green Car Reports: Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk reveals details of the Model X electric crossover and some future Model S upgrades, Audi files patents for a hybrid all-wheel drive system and more-aerodynamic wheels, and Nissan's green-car plans don't include plug-in hybrids. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

BMW advertises the i3 and i8 electric cars on the Olympics broadcasts.

Aluminum-air battery developer Phinergy has partnered with Alcoa to bring its battery--with a reputed 1000-mile range--closer to production.

Elon Musk talks Tesla Model X details and Model S upgrades at European Q&A sessions.

We've updated our Ultimate Guide to the Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid.

As if "range anxiety" and "charger rage" weren't enough, now there's a new electric-car condition: "charger fixation."

Audi patent filings reveal a hybrid quattro all-wheel drive system and designs for more aerodynamic wheels.

Plug-in electric car sales in Canada for January 2014 look like another tossup between Chevy and Tesla.

Nissan's plans for its greener non-electric car include hybrids and diesels, but no plug-in hybrids.

What does the ad for the 2014 Cadillac ELR say about people who buy electric cars?

Chevrolet launches two LGBT-inclusive ads during the Winter Olympics.

The Toyota FT-1 sports-car concept will reportedly spawn a new Supra, possibly with a hybrid powertrain.


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