Today on Green Car Reports: Tesla Motors patents seem to anticipate more cross-country travel via Supercharger fast-charging station, BMW plans to slim down the range for the next-generation MINI, and Boeing seeks to certify biodiesel as jet fuel for use worldwide. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Tesla patents prepare for more common cross-country travel via Supercharger.

The third generation may have just launched, but BMW is already planning a slimmed-down range of next-generation MINI models.

Nissan's CHAdeMO and Tesla's Supercharger are the two predominant electric-car fast-charging networks, but will there ever be an industry-wide standard?

Boeing seeks to certify biodiesel as jet fuel for flight use around the world.

2014 BMW i3 electric-car orders will be limited to a single trim level for the first three months it's on sale in the U.S.

Toyota will end Australian production in 2017, meaning the auto industry Down Under is officially dead.

The 2015 BMW i8 plug-in hybrid is the first production car with laser lights.


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