Today we're looking back and looking ahead. We've got a report on 2014's plug-in electric-car sales--including a sales record for the Nissan Leaf--as well as a preview of the upcoming green cars set to be unveiled at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show next week. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

China extends its electric-car incentives as the city of Shenzhen caps new-car registrations.

See how the 2015 Chrysler 200 four-cylinder performs in our gas-mileage review.

The 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage minicar scores well on Federal crash tests.

Will the 2016 Chevrolet Volt be a "mass-market" electric car? Or should it focus on appealing more to a subset of buyers likely to be more interested in plug-ins?

The Nissan Leaf sets a new annual record for U.S. electric car sales.

The 2016 Chevy Volt breaks cover at CES, ahead of its debut at the Detroit Auto Show next week.

Are low gas prices an opportunity for a higher gas tax? Find out why that's not the case.

Engineers tear down a BMW i3 electric car, and claim it will be profitable at volumes of 20,000 units per year.

Plug-in electric car sales continued to rise in 2014 with more than 100,000 delivered. Our sales report has all of the available figures.

Charging network operator ChargePoint will release a home charging station for electric cars.

Read up on all of the important green-car debuts for the 2015 Detroit Auto Show in our preview roundup.

Looking to haul more people without using more fuel? Here are the five most fuel-efficient vehicles with third-row seating.

Finally, Chevy previews tech that can predict breakdowns at CES.


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