We start off the final month of 2014 with updates on the 2016 Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric car, BMW's response to Elon Musk's talk of a possible collaboration with Tesla, and the possibility of even lower gas prices. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The 2015 BMW i3 gets a handful of updates, including standard DC fast-charging capability and seat heaters.

A leaked playbook reveals how the oil industry is fighting clean-energy policies in three states.

Find out why hydrogen is free to fuel-cell car drivers. Hint: It's the pumps.

Oil prices are at a four-year low, meaning as prices could be set to continue their plunge.

Following comments last week by Tesla CEO Elon Musk on informal talks between the two companies, BMW says it's not interested in a partnership with Tesla, and claims Musk was just posturing for PR.

Honda starts a wind farm in Brazil that generates enough energy to run its car plant there.

Can't wait for the debut of the 2016 Chevrolet Volt in January? Here's an update of everything we know so far.

See why Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn thinks climate change should be viewed as a humanitarian cause.

BMW previews a spate of plug-in hybrids with not one, but three models.

Fashion designer Mondo Guerra creates a very colorful 2015 Subaru Legacy to mark World AIDS Day.

Finally, it looks like the 2016 Toyota Mirai will be built at the same plant that made the Lexus LFA supercar. Talk about a change of pace.


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