Today on Green Car Reports: The U.S. Department of Energy reboots its advanced automotive-technology loan program, the 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder takes to the track, and Volkswagen's plans for wireless electric-car charging. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
We've added the last updates to our March electric-car sales report; see which plug-in cars proved most popular with buyers.
The 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder supercar isn't your average plug-in hybrid. Find out what it's like to get behind the wheel of this green performance machine.
Volkswagen could offer wireless electric-car charging by 2017, taking the "plug" out of "plug-in."
The U.S. Department of Energy has rebooted its Advanced-Technology Vehicle Manufacturing loan program, the one that funded green-car efforts at Ford, Nissan, Tesla...and Fisker.
Electric-car sales surge in South Korea--supported, as in other countries, by subsidies.
The 2014 Ford Escape is a great small SUV, except when it comes to gas mileage.
Tesla Motors' proposed lithium-ion battery "Gigafactory" faces skepticism from supplier Panasonic and financial analysts.
The average gas mileage for new vehicles sold in March was 25.4 mpg, an all-time high.
With the Dodge Dart and other models selling slowly, should Chrysler dump cars altogether and focus on trucks and utility vehicles?