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.
Remember that polarizing 'Poolside' Cadillac ELR ad? Well, now Ford has done a parody--and it's genius.
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.