Today's green-car news starts with Daimler's sale of its Tesla Motors stock. We've also got a preview of the Scion iM concept car set to debut at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show next month, and details on a recently-enacted California requirement that new buildings be wired for electric-car charging. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The Scion iM concept is teased ahead of its 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show debut. Could it preview a long overdue new model for Toyota's "youth" brand?

California will require new buildings to come prewired for electric-car charging beginning in 2015.

Daimler cashes in on its Tesla stock, selling its four-percent share of the Silicon Valley carmaker.

Another week, another study of new-car buyer preferences that appears to confirm gender stereotypes.

A high-performance version of the BMW i8 plug-in hybrid coupe may appear in time for BMW's centennial in 2016. It will likely be faster than the current i8, but less efficient.

Finally, it appears Fisker Automotive founder Henrik Fisker is back. He's scheduled an announcement of some sort at Ford dealer and car customizer Galpin's booth at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show next month.


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