We start off today with some Tesla Model S ownership-cost calculations, move on to carmakers' answer to our 10 questions on hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles, and finish with a prediction that solar power will achieve grid parity in two years. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

See why when you own a Tesla Model S electric car, you're likely to spend more money on tires than "fuel."

Do emissions kill as many people as car crashes? Find out why a definitive answer is more elusive than you might think.

Check out the all-electric Ford SVT Raptor pickup truck that will hit (some) dealers soon (sort of).

Last week, we posted an article with 10 questions Toyota, Honda, and Hyundai should be prepared to answer about their hydrogen fuel-cell cars. Read their responses in the first installment of our multi-part series.

See why home solar power could achieve cost parity with grid electricity in two years.

The ongoing battle between Tesla Motors and state auto-dealer groups has brought plenty of attention to the car-buying experience, but it hasn't exposed every weird way dealers create customer dissatisfaction.

Finally, an inside source claims Toyota's possibly hybrid-powered Supra successor will cost more than a Chevrolet Corvette.


Follow GreenCarReports on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.