Lots of hydrogen fuel-cell news today, including confirmation of 2016 Toyota Mirai as the name for the Japanese carmaker's fuel-cell sedan, and the unveiling of the Honda FCV concept. We've also got information on Tesla Model S showroom discounts for outdated models and more, on Green Car Reports.

Catch up on last week's biggest stories with our Week in Reverse feature and video.

See how Honda, Hyundai, and Toyota answered our fuel-cell car questions in the third part of our series, with questions grouped under the heading "Energy Balance."

The 2016 Toyota Mirai is the named confirmed for the Japanese carmaker's upcoming fuel-cell sedan. Does that sound good to you?

The Honda FCV concept previews a design evolution for the company's fuel-cell production car, which has been pushed back to 2016.

Looking for an electric-car deal? Tesla Model S showroom discounts recently doubled on outdated loaner cars.

The U.S. Department of Energy offers a $1 million prize for advances in small-scale hydrogen fueling to support those Honda and Toyota fuel-cell cars mentioned above.

With EPA certification completed, Via Motors is beginning delivery of its extended-range electric vans.

Can a fuel-cell car be an image maker? Hyundai hopes hydrogen will boost its image as a technology leader, just as hybrid powertrains did for Toyota.

BMW i3 electric-car sales slow in Germany, but will they hold up in the States?

Small crossovers are becoming more popular, but how do they compare to sedans in terms of safety?

Finally, a pair of outlandish Volkswagen Golf concept cars are set to appear at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show this week.


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