Today on Green Car Reports: Decoding Toyota's disdain for electric cars, writer Antony Ingram updates us on his used 2001 Honda Insight, and how to buy a second charging cable for your plug-in electric car. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Catch up on last week's big stories with our Week in Reverse feature and video.

A new lithium-ion battery uses peroxide to boost energy density.

The first right-hand drive Tesla Model S electric cars in Asia are delivered in Hong Kong.

The Audi SQ7 SUV will debut with an electric turbocharger in 2016.

Our used 2001 Honda Insight hybrid racks up 5,000 miles and achieves 61 mpg.

Why Toyota is among the loudest auto industry electric-car skeptics.

Several options for buying a second charging cable for plug-in electric cars.

BMW launches its own DC fast-charging station, priced at $6,500.

U.S. drivers owe a record $902.2 billion in car loans--but at least they're paying on time.

Finally, the one-off 2015 BMW i8 Concours d'Elegance Edition plug-in hybrid sports coupe will be auctioned off at its namesake event in Pebble Beach, California.


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