Today on Green Car Reports: A 2014 Nissan Leaf recall that could see a few owners get new cars, we drive entirely on ethanol in Brazil's flex-fuel Volkswagen Gol, and electric cars for speed freaks. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Teams received their electric race cars as the start of the inaugural Formula E season draws closer.

Everything you need to know about the Ford Focus Electric plug-in hatchback is in our updated ultimate guide.

Fisker's new Chinese owner says it will "burn as much cash as as it takes to succeed" in getting the bankrupt carmaker back on its feet.

For you speed freaks, here's a list of the quickest electric cars.

Certain 2014 Nissan Leaf electric cars have been recalled due to missing welds, potentially requiring a few cars to be replaced.

Bad news, green plug-in crossover fans: The Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Hybrid has been delayed, again.

Ford will update the tour of its "green" truck plant to emphasize the new 2015 F-150 full-size pickup.

Brazil is a great place for a vacation, but it's also a leader in flex-fuel vehicles: How nice was the flex-fuel Volkswagen Gol to drive? We'll tell you.

The 2015 Subaru Legacy sedan is priced from $22,490.

Finally, Newport Convertible Engineering announces two-door convertible and coupe conversions for the Tesla Model S.


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