Tesla Gigafactory Size, 2015 Honda Fit Video Road Test, Mustang EcoBoost Caveat: Today's Car News


2015 Honda Fit  -  First Drive

2015 Honda Fit - First Drive

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First off, our apologies for some technical issues yesterday that combined with staff travel to prevent us from publishing our usual roster of articles during the start of the day.

Moving on to today's news, we've got an indication of just how large the Tesla battery "gigafactory" will be, a video road test of the 2015 Honda Fit, and a report that the 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost doesn't meet its power ratings if you use regular gasoline. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

President Barack Obama urges Americans to buy more fuel-efficient cars despite low gas prices, saying fuel won't stay cheap forever.

The Detroit Electric SP:01 electric sports car is revealed in its final, production-ready form.

How big is the Tesla gigafactory? We've found a graphic that shows it's pretty darn big indeed.

Check out our video road test of the 2015 Honda Fit hatchback.

One of the largest concentrations of DC fast-charging stations is the so-called West Coast Electric Highway in Oregon and Washington. See how it serves thousands of electric-car drivers.

It turns out the 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost makes less power on regular gas.

See a video walkaround of the Tesla Model X electric SUV from the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

Despite its name, the 2015 MINI Cooper Countryman isn't all that small.

The redesigned 2016 Toyota Tacoma mid-size pickup truck debuts ahead of the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.

Finally, and Israeli startup firm claims a potential major breakthrough in battery technology.

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