Today's news is all about buyer enthusiasm for green cars. The Tesla Model S tops the annual Consumer Reports customer satisfaction index, owner loyalty is expected to keep 2016 Toyota Prius sales strong in the face of low gas prices, and Californians now buy one plug-in electric car for every two hybrids. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
The Tesla Model S tops Consumer Reports' customer satisfaction rankings for the second year in a row.
See why Toyota's North American CEO doesn't think low gas prices will affect sales of the upcoming 2016 Prius hybrid.
Californians now buy one plug-in electric car for every two hybrids.
The Mazda 6 diesel sedan is still planned for the U.S., but the company says it needs to achieve better performance first.
Dealer chains may hate Tesla's direct-sales model, but now they're learning from it. Read on to see how.
We've also got a final update on plug-in electric car sales for November.
The Takata airbag recall just became more confusing. Here's what you need to know.
Finally, can the Dubuc Tomohawk electric sports car succeed where so many startup electric-car projects haven't?