Today we see why EPA range ratings for electric cars can be confusing, why there are still discrepancies in the IRS' explanation of which plug-in cars are eligible for tax credits, and why Hyundai is slashing the price of its Tucson Fuel Cell crossover in Korea. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Catch up on last week's biggest stories with our Week in Reverse feature and video.
We've also updated our January plug-in electric car sales report with more figures.
See why EPA range ratings for electric cars can be inconsistent and confusing, and why the Tesla Model S P85D is a case in point.
Find out why Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell crossover prices are being slashed in the carmaker's home market of Korea.
As U.S. taxpayers prepare for tax season, reporting discrepancies remain in the IRS' official explanation of which plug-in cars are eligible for Federal tax credits.
It seems Consumer Reports readers like Tesla service as much as they like the Model S itself. A recent survey ranked Tesla top among carmakers for repair service.
The 2015 Honda Fit gets the highest National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) safety rating. Who said small cars can't be safe?
Is Georgia the new hot location for carmakers? Mercedes-Benz is moving its U.S. headquarters there, and now the Peach State is angling for a Jaguar Land Rover factory, too.
Finally, the 2015 Opel Corsa OPC is a bit of sporty hatchback forbidden fruit.