Today's news is all about expectations. Toyota expects licensing its fuel-cell patents for free to help jump-start a hydrogen-car industry, a new report expects women to be the key to the Tesla Model X electric SUV's success, and an analyst expects natural-gas vehicle sales to remain relatively low. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

We've got more updates for our 2014 plug-in electric car sales report.

Toyota offers to license its hydrogen fuel-cell patents for free to help spur development of the technology.

The Broon F8 is a new electric "supercar" for children, complete with a supercar-like cramped cabin.

Does Ford's attempt to trademark the name "EcoBeast" herald the arrival of a meaner green performance car?

Will the success of the Tesla Model X electric SUV depend on female buyers?

New analysis claims global natural-gas vehicle sales will grow over the next decade, but not by too much.

What is MPGe, exactly? This short video explains it all.

Bosch unveils an autonomous driving system for traffic jams, saying it could drastically cut rear-end collisions.

Speaking of autonomous cars, the self-driving Mercedes-Benz F015 Luxury in Motion concept boasts a plug-in hybrid powertrain that combines batteries and fuel cells.


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