Today's theme is "variety." We've got a report on Tesla Motors sales in China, confirmation of aluminum-bodied 2016 Ford Super Duty pickup trucks, and an overview of the updated line of 2015 Zero electric motorcycles. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

2015 Zero electric motorcyles get a handful of upgrades, including increased range and anti-lock brakes.

The aluminum-bodied 2015 F-150 may still be a few months away from showrooms, but Ford is already thinking ahead, to aluminum bodies for 2016 Super Duty pickup trucks.

Tesla opens its 200th Supercharger site, but only 60 percent of these DC fast-charging stations are in the U.S.

The 2015 Honda CR-V debuts with a CVT for improved gas mileage, as well as styling and content changes.

A Goldman Sachs analysts says Tesla sales in China are "robust," with a long waiting list just five months after the Model S electric car's debut there.

Do cars have genders? Analysts have assigned Fiat Chrysler's two new subcompact crossovers--the Jeep Renegade and Fiat 500X--"male" and "female" status, respectively.

All U.S. states permit hands-free cell-phone usage, but a new study suggests even that could be dangerously distracting.

Finally, Audi hints at a new hybrid, but it won't be too focused on efficiency. It will be a supercar inspired by the automaker's Le Mans-winning R18 e-tron quattro.


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