Today on Green Car Reports: Tesla Motors announces a new three-part battery shield system for its Model S electric car, Ford quietly issues a video response to the polarizing 'Poolside' ad that neatly one-ups Cadillac, and we drive the smallest--and most fun--electric Volkswagen. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
When Tesla Motors goes all radio silence for weeks, something's up. This time, it's a new titanium battery shield for the Model S.
Details are still thin on the ground, but one version of the 2015 Chrysler 200 sedan will be rated at 36 mpg highway.
Of three plug-in VWs we drove in Germany, our favorite was the Volkswagen e-Up electric minicar. Which we won't get in the U.S. Damnit.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk admits the Model X crossover was tougher than the Model S sedan to design and engineer. Falcon doors? Uh huh.
Sport-utility vehicles are rarely green, but now they have flashing red lights: The most popular police car is an SUV.
Updates to some models of 2015 Volvo cars include new fuel-efficient engines as well as more luxury features.