Today on Green CarReports: We drive VW's first plug-in hybrid, ask whether the Tesla Model S has a potentially hazardous safety issue, and offer up a sexy video (if you're into that sort of thing). All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Next month, Canada's National Advanced Transportation Center--an electric-car advocacy group--hopes to get 350 to 500 electric vehicles to Montreal's Formula One track, to break the Guinness World Record for the largest number running at once.

We've created a new guide to all-wheel drive hybrid vehicles, and it turns out there aren't that many sold in any kind of volume.

Want to see a sexy video? If you like electric motorcycles, this strip-down of a naked Brammo Empulse is just for you (and it's suitable for work, too!).

We've updated our Ultimate Guide to Honda Hybrids, to reflect the latest changes to the company's U.S. lineup.

Two of our editors have driven the Volkswagen Golf GTE plug-in hybrid, and they collaborated on our first drive report of the upcoming "performance" model--the first plug-in hybrid from VW.

Even tractors, excavators, and other diesel farm and construction equipment are cutting their tailpipe pollution, under new rules now in effect.

Our regular contributor David Noland, who has now owned his Tesla Model S for a year, asks whether the electric car's pedal placement is a safety hazard.

Hyundai's stylish Sonata, complete with hybrid version, proved a very successful mid-size sedan competitor; now the redesigned 2015 Hyundai Sonata has been revealed in Japan.

What's the 2014 Ford Fiesta SE subcompact like to drive? Here's the answer.

The all-new 2015 Nissan Murano will be unveiled next month at the New York Auto Show, but Nissan just issued a teaser video to draw attention to the redesigned mid-size crossover utility vehicle.


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