Today we've got news of a pilot program for Tesla Model S electric-car battery swapping, a delay for EPA regulations that would limit carbon emissions from power plants, and yet another teaser for the 2016 Chevrolet Volt electric car. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Tesla Motors' battery-swapping pilot program will launch this week in California, with a limited number of Model S owners invited to take part.

The Kulan electric-vehicle concept isn't a car, but rather a simple utility vehicle designed for use on farms.

Missed out on last week's green-car news? Catch up on the biggest stories with our Week in Reverse feature and video.

The latest teaser for the 2016 Chevrolet Volt takes place in a seasonally-appropriate snowy environment.

Certain 2014 and 2015 model-year Mercedes-Benz BlueTec diesel models are recalled to fix a possible oil leak.

Have you ever wanted to see what's inside a Nissan Leaf electric car? Check out this video of Leaf parts arrayed on a pegboard. 

A study argues that lighter cars that carry more people would boost efficiency, but is that a practical solution given the expectations of today's buyers?

EPA regulations limiting carbon emissions from power plants could be the Obama Administration's most crucial step forward in environmental policy, but they will apparently arrive late for public comment--and face a hostile Congress.

Research firm IHS Automotive says Ford and General Motors still own the U.S. auto market, but competition is getting much stiffer.

Finally, engineers continue work on Elon Musk's Hyperloop transportation concept.


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