Today we have stories on three big green-car names. Find out why the 2016 Chevrolet Volt could get a 75-horsepower range extender, and why states may be stuck in a "Hunger Games" for the massive battery "Gigafactory." Meanwhile, Toyota continues to dominate global hybrid sales. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Are states in a "race to the bottom" for Tesla's battery gigafactory? Welcome to the "Tesla Hunger Games."

Toyota continues to dominate global hybrid sales. No surprise there.

A new law will allow California renters to install electric-car charging stations.

Renault will show a 117 mpg concept car at the 2014 Paris Auto Show. The carmaker is hoping to meet a target set by the French government for 2020.

The 2016 Chevrolet Volt may have a downsized range-extending gasoline engine for added efficiency.

Fed up with the voice-recognition system in your car? You're not alone: A new J.D. Power study enforces that view.

Finally, bankruptcy protection is approved for Saab owners NEVS.


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