Today on Green CarReports: Texas turns friendly to electric cars, we update our Ford hybrid guide, and Massachusetts plans to push plug-in cars too. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
The NHTSA closed its probe into Tesla Model S fires, saying a "defect was not identified."
Good news for plug-in electric car buyers in the Bay State: Massachusetts plans to offer purchase rebates on electric cars.
Following some back-and-forth with readers, we explain how and why we moderate comments on Green Car Reports.
Volkswagen T2 Elektro, historic VW electric car at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin
With its new Volkswagen e-Golf on the way, VW is showing off 40 years of its electric-car research.
The 2014 Cadillac ELR range-extended electric luxury coupe has been recalled for a software update to its stability-control system.
Would you believe that oil state Texas turns out to be electric-car-friendly? It's true; here's why.
We've updated our ultimate guide to Ford hybrid models, including the C-Max, Fusion, and Escape.
Domestic content in the 2014 Nissan Leaf has risen substantially from last year; now it's closer to the Volt and Focus Electric.
An entrepreneur wants to add electric power to NYC's CitiBike bicycle-sharing program.
General Motors has halted sales of certain models of the 2013 and 2014 Chevrolet Cruze; here's what we know so far.
Planning a summer vacation? Consider staying in a brand-new Airstream trailer, perhaps?
Meanwhile, the next-generation 2016 Chevrolet Cruze has been leaked; we know it'll use new, smaller, more efficient engines.
Finally, here's why you should pay attention to recall notices for your car.