Internal combustion lays low today. We've got 10 questions on hydrogen fuel-cell cars for Honda, Hyundai, and Toyota, Tesla Motors' first battery-swapping site, and proposed changes to California's zero-emission vehicle mandate. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

We've got more information on the Tesla Model S dual-motor all-wheel drive system.

Envision Solar believes its EV ARC self-contained solar carport and battery pack could be the future of electric-car charging.

We're ready to grill Honda, Hyundai, and Toyota on hydrogen fuel-cell cars. Read the 10 questions executives at those automakers should be prepared to answer.

Michigan car dealers slip one over on Tesla, banning direct sales with late language added to new legislation.

The European auto industry asks for higher carbon emissions limits, citing increased costs and lack of infrastructure support for electric cars.

Tesla says one battery-swapping site will go live in December, but still seems primarily focused on its Supercharger DC fast-charging stations.

California's zero-emission vehicle mandate has had a substantial impact, but the state may soon cut the requirement.

Some bad news for full-size pickup-truck drivers: the Ford F-Series and Chevrolet Silverado are the least-recovered stolen vehicles in the U.S.

Finally, see how the Mercedes-Benz CLA250 and Buick Verano compacts stack up in a comparison.


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