Today on Green Car Reports: Only three electric cars are sold nationwide, a retro streamliner concept uses Tesla electric power, and ride-sharing services try to get customers to carpool. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

As the run-up to the debut of the 2016 Chevrolet Volt begins, take a look back at the first generation of General Motors' extended-range electric car.

Check out last week's biggest stories with our Week in Reverse feature and video.

Tesla Model S styling not to your liking? The Icon Helios is a gorgeous retro streamliner with Tesla electric power.

A Mazda CX-3 subcompact crossover is "not that far away," according to a company official.

Cost is still an impediment to fleet buyers of electric cars.

Toyota is recalling 2007 through 2011 Camry Hybrid sedans to fix faulty brake-fluid reservoirs.

A new "Tesla Truth" reveals the depths of derangement over the electric-car maker. Break out the tinfoil hats.

Where the natural-gas vehicles roam: Find out where they're most popular and most numerous.

There may be 17 electric-car models on sale in the U.S., but only three are actually sold nationwide today.

Ride-sharing services Lyft and Uber plan to put multiple riders in the same car. Will that reduce the number of cars on the road, or encourage fewer people to take public transit?

Research shows that new-car prices are rising faster than salaries, but there are also new ways of to nab new-car bargains.

Finally, BMW is preparing a seven-seat "Gran Tourer" version of its 2016 2 Series Active Tourer, as revealed in these spy shots.


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