Today is a day of reckoning. After a months-long competition between five states, Tesla Motors picks Nevada for its first battery gigafactory, and the 2016 Mazda MX-5 is unveiled after an equally-long period of rumors and speculation. Meanwhile, Ford hybrid sales remain strong despite multiple mileage reductions. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

All of the numbers are in. Here's the final update of our August plug-in electric car sales report.

Curious about the Toyota Prius V hybrid wagon? We've got everything you need to know in our Ultimate Guide.

After negotiations with state officials--and the brothel owner who also owns the site--Tesla announces that it will build its first battery gigafactory in Nevada.

The 2016 Mazda Miata is a great car in a segment that few people care about, at least measured by sales.

Financial problems derail Echo Automotive's plan to sell bolt-on plug-in hybrid kits for trucks and vans.

Ford hybrid sales appear unaffected by multiple fuel-economy rating reductions.

Terry Hershner wins the Vetter Challenge for motorcycle efficiency.

Toyota plans to install advanced safety systems from its Lexus luxury brand in mainstream models.

Finally, spy shots of the 2017 BMW 1 Series sedan, a small car based on the same UKL front-wheel drive platform as the current MINI Cooper.


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