Today on Green Car Reports: The inevitable arrival of Tesla Model S hacking, General Motors invests money and jobs in 2016 Chevrolet Volt, production and we drive the 2014 Mazda 3 compact hatchback. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

You knew it would happen eventually: An owner has hacked into a Tesla Model S to run unapproved software on its center-stack information screen.

Meet the Fomm Concept One, an electric-car concept from Japan that floats like a boat.

General Motors will add new jobs and invest $450 million in the Detroit-Hamtramck plant to get ready for production of the 2016 Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric car.

Your Toyota Prius hybrid may be more efficient outside the U.S. thanks to differing driving patterns in other countries, a new report says.

China's electric-car future may consist of government subsidies and buyer resistance.

Even the greenest cars may hide a dirty little secret: "super greenhouse gas" emissions from air conditioning.

Find out why Tesla Motors may not just be a carmaker, but also a grid-storage company.

Forget cows: The new sport in San Francisco appears to be Smart tipping.

The 2014 Mazda 3 is stylish and sporty, but not quite as fuel-efficient as we'd hoped.

Rear jump seats and something called the "gentleman function" are among the the most unusual car features of all time.

Finally, Mitsubishi may be planning a hybrid successor to the 3000GT sports car.


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