We start the week with our 2015 Best Car To Buy, the 2015 Volkswagen Golf range. We've also got stories on street lights with integrated electric-car charging sockets developed by BMW, and criticism of Michigan's anti-Tesla law from the CEO of dealer group AutoNation. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

A delay for the Tesla Model X electric crossover and a dealer that knows how to sell the Chevrolet Volts are among the stories covered in our Week in Reverse feature and video.

We've made our decision on the 2015 Best Car To Buy award, and apparently all you readers agree. The 2015 Volkswagen Golf range was also the winner in our reader poll.

As gas gets cheaper, Ford ups dealer incentives on its smaller, more-efficient cars.

A United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report claims global carbon emissions must fall to zero to prevent extreme environmental changes.

BMW launches street lights with electric-car charging sockets. Forgive the pun, but this sounds like a bright idea.

Find out why the 2015 Volkswagen Golf range is Green Car Reports' 2015 Best Car To Buy.

Want up to $24,800 in electric-car incentives? Head to Seoul, South Korea.

Four Ford dealers will test clean-energy systems that use wind and solar power beginning early next year.

See why AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson thinks Michigan's new anti-Tesla law is "unnecessary protectionism."

Several Nissan and Infiniti models are added to the already-massive Takata airbag recall.

Finally, the joint BMW and Toyota sports-car project is progressing, with Toyota's version still rumored to feature a hybrid powertrain.


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