We're at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show this week, so watch for our live coverage over the next three days.

As for today's top news, we've got pricing information for the 2016 Toyota Mirai, an efficiency comparison of the Tesla Model S and BMW i3 electric cars, and a report on a vehicle-to-grid demonstration conducted by the U.S. Air Force. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The 2016 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell car is priced from $57,500, with an available $499 monthly lease.

The Tesla Model S and BMW i3 face off in an electric-car efficiency comparison test.

Hidden behind a fuzzy grey panel in the trunk of the 2016 Toyota Mirai is a novel feature that could let the fuel-cell car power your home in an emergency. Read on to find out all about it.

The U.S. Air Force unveils a fleet of 42 plug-in electric cars to be used in vehicle-to-grid testing in Los Angeles.

In the latest development of the expanding Takata airbag scandal, Honda has agreed to replace airbags on all affected models whether they're registered in the previously-designated areas or not--but only if customers ask.

Toyota and Land Rover top the list of winners for ALG's Residual Value Award.

Finally, the Volkswagen Golf R Variant is the latest addition to the Golf range, but one that likely won't be available to U.S. buyers.


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