Today's news is fairly electric. Motor Trend gushes over the Tesla Model S P85D, Land Rover contemplates an all-electric Range Rover model, and Mercedes-Benz unveils the hydrogen-electric hybrid G-Code crossover concept. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
We've got one last update of our October plug-in electric car sales report.
Four environmental and health groups sue over a plan to reduce smog in the Los Angeles area, claiming it leaves too many loopholes for polluters.
See what Motor Trend thought of the dual-motor, all-wheel drive Tesla Model S P85D. Hint: Reviewers liked it.
The Mercedes-Benz G-Code is a tiny crossover concept with a green powertrain behind its illuminated grille.
In other Mercedes news Dieter Zetsche--CEO of parent company Daimler--says no one will make money on electric cars within a "reasonable time."
Certain 2014 Infiniti Q50 Hybrid and Q70 Hybrid sedans are being recalled over transmission-related issues.
Could an all-electric Range Rover challenge the upcoming Tesla Model X crossover?
Ford recalls around 200,000 vehicles over five different safety issues.
Finally, the Volvo V60 Cross Country is set to debut at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show as a downsized alternative to traditional crossovers and SUVs, along the lines of the Subaru Outback.