We're back from the weekend with a report on the possibility of hybrids being supplanted by battery-electric and plug-in hybrid cars, confident predictions of the impact of the 2016 Toyota Mirai, and the launch of BMW i3 Flexible Mobility Program. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Get a quick overview of the 2015 Kia Soul EV electric car with our video road test.

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

Quebec launches a carrot-and-stick program to encourage more people to buy electric cars.

Nissan says "thanks a billion" to Leaf drivers for racking up 1 billion kilometers with zero emissions.

The recent Los Angeles Auto Show was full of hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. Here's a roundup of all of the significant debuts.

As sales slow, are hybrids being supplanted by plug-in electric cars?

Despite an aging design, the 2015 Scion xB tall wagon rolls into the new model year largely unchanged.

See why one Toyota executive believes the 2016 Mirai fuel-cell car will alter the industry, just as the Prius hybrid did.

BMW launches its Flexible Mobility program for the i3 electric car, six months after the car itself launched.

Honda agrees to a nationwide recall of Takata airbags, meaning 3 million more U.S. cars will be involved.

Finally, an Audi Q7 diesel plug-in hybrid is reportedly in the works, and could be sold in the U.S.


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