Today's news is all about the future. A low-priced 2016 Chevrolet Volt has the potential to undercut plug-in hybrids while, further out, technology from the Volkswagen XL1 may influence the next Golf compact.

We've also received a study saying consumers should stick to 100-mile electric cars, but will they heed that advice? Or wait for cars with more range to appear? All this and more on Green Car Reports.

You're better off buying electric cars with less than 100 miles of range, a new report says. Shoppers may disagree.

See how technology from the Volkswagen XL1 diesel plug-in hybrid eco car will help the next Golf achieve better fuel economy.

Could a less-pricey 2016 Chevrolet Volt perhaps undercut plug-in hybrids? We should find out by January.

The 2015 Ford Fusion mid-size sedan gains a smaller EcoBoost engine, but loses its only manual gearbox.

Find out what it takes to build a Tesla Supercharger DC fast-charging site.

The Honda Accord tops the list of most-stolen vehicles in the U.S.

Finally, a new report says the 2017 Lincoln Navigator will get a new aluminum body for improved fuel economy, indicating Ford plans to expand use of aluminum beyond the 2015 F-150 pickup truck.


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