We've got plenty of green-car news to start off your week. The 2015 Ford Focus Electric could get a price cut of $6,000, one analyst believes there's a "reasonable risk" of another Tesla Model X delay, and the EPA plans to tighten gas-mileage test rules. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Is a century-old and very fuel-efficient two-stroke engine poised for a comeback? And, what questions should you ask about upcoming hydrogen fuel-cell cars? Find out in our Week in Reverse feature and video.

A new report claims the 2015 Ford Focus Electric will get a major price cut of $6,000.

This Nissan e-NV200 camper conversion could be the spiritual successor to the old Volkswagen Westfalia camper van.

Find out why Morgan Stanley analyst and avid Tesla watcher Adam Jonas believes there's a "reasonable risk" of the Model X electric crossover being delayed again.

The EPA plans to tighten gas-mileage test rules, and audit more of the test data submitted by carmakers. Will this yield more accurate fuel-economy ratings on car window stickers?

A University of Delaware vehicle-to-grid test lets electric cars sell power back to utilities.

How many celebrities drive Toyota Prius hybrids? Well, what's your definition of celebrity?

MetLife offers free at-work charging for electric car-driving employees.

Ethanol's use as an automotive fuel is proving limited, but could it be better in plastics?

The 2015 Ford Mustang is already the subject of a recall, covering just 53 cars.

Finally, in other recall news, Honda is accused of under-reporting Takata airbag failures.


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