Today we learn just how much torque the Tesla Model S P85D electric car produces, survey the ongoing fight over Georgia's electric-car tax credit, and consider what the renewal of the CrossVolt trademark means for Chevy's future electric-car lineup. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

We've got more details on the Tesla Model S P85D. A dynamometer run reveals the car's torque output, and Tesla announces impending performance upgrades.

Graphene may double solar-cell output, and could be used to harvest hydrogen from air, researchers say.

The Chevrolet CrossVolt trademark is renewed, hinting at the possibility of a future all-wheel drive electric car from Chevy.

Georgia's $5,000 electric-car tax credit is once again under political attack.

See three stories we got right in 2014--and three we didn't--on the Green Car Reports scorecard.

The 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage may feel like a 1990s economy car in many ways, but it certainly protects better than one.

Finally, watch a Tesla Model S P85D drag race a Lamborghini Aventador.


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