What did Tesla announce in this week's third-quarter financial results?

And, which of five new cars should win our Best Car To Buy award for 2015?

This is our video look back at the Week In Reverse--right here at Green Car Reports--for the week ending on Friday, November 7, 2014.

Our Friday story featured a map that shows where you can buy a Tesla electric car (in blue), and which states have made that illegal (in red!).

Thursday, we wrote about the news that the Tesla Model X has been delayed--again. The all-electric crossover utility vehicle now won't arrive until the third quarter of 2015.

The same day, we also dug into U.S. sales data to find out which electric-car makers are serious about selling as many plug-in vehicles as they can.

The results may not entirely surprise you, but it turns out there's a new cowboy in town this year. And, to mix a metaphor, he's already sitting at the top of the charts.

On Wednesday, we noted that Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche said that no carmaker will make money on electric cars in a "reasonable time."

Would that be the reason that the parent company of Mercedes-Benz sold all its Tesla stock?

Tuesday, we profiled the last of our five nominees for the Green Car Reports Best Car To Buy 2015 award.

It's the 2015 Volkswagen Golf range, including the new, more efficient diesel Golf TDI, and the e-Golf battery-electric model, rated at 83 miles of range and 115 MPGe.

We opened the work week on Monday by profiling another Best Car To Buy nominee, the 2015 Kia Soul EV.

The electric conversion of the popular tall wagon has a 93-mile range, about 10 miles more than most other electric cars in its segment.

But Kia's refusal to say how many Soul EVs it sells doesn't bode well for those hoping for some high-volume electric Soul.

We also covered a Chevy dealer that sells so many Volts that the range-extended electric car makes up one third of its total sales. We asked how they did it.

And finally, we covered a new video by Lit Motors showing its C-1 two-wheeler on the road, and in the hands of a novice driver.

She does just fine, but we still rather wonder how many people would take the plunge to buy what is essentially a self-balancing, enclosed motorcycle.

Everyone goes green in their own way, but we'll admit: Most times, we tend to prefer four wheels to two.


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