We've got lots of plug-in-car news today. See why plug-in hybrids are the best competitors to hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles, learn about plans for Hyundai Sonata and Kia Optima plug-in hybrids next year, and see why Tesla Motors may augment its company-owned stores with franchised dealers. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
As his company continues to fight with state car-dealer associations, Tesla CEO Elon Musk hints the carmaker may open franchised dealers eventually.
A new hybrid was missing from the 2015 Hyundai Sonata lineup, but fret not because a plug-in hybrid version is reportedly planned for next year, along with a Kia Optima plug-in hybrid.
The Ferrari LaFerrari hybrid supposedly can't run only on electricity, but a new video seems to prove otherwise.
See why plug-in hybrids are the best competitors to hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles.
Is fuel economy your top criteria when shopping for a new car? You're not alone: A study from the American Chemistry Council claims it's the number one concern of U.S. car buyers.
Finally, if you've been eying a Porsche 918 Spyder plug-in hybrid, you'd better get moving. Only a few of the $845,000 supercars are still available, Porsche says.