Today, see why electric car owners need to pay close attention to dealer service bills, a new Tesla app for the Apple Watch, and the name of Kia's upcoming 2015 Chicago Auto Show concept. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Soon you may be able to control a Tesla Model S electric car from your wrist, using an Apple Watch with a new app.

Every year, the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) releases lists of the "greenest" and "meanest" vehicles on sale. See which models scored highest and lowest for 2015.

Electric cars have far fewer moving parts than their internal-combustion counterparts, but here's why owners need to pay close attention to dealer service invoices.

Is Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) secretly developing a new diesel engine for passenger cars? A new report offers an interesting clue.

The new National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) chairman promises to continue the "Get the Facts" campaign intended to stir opposition to Tesla Motors' direct-sales model.

We've got more details on the crossover concept Kia plans to unveil at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show next week, including its name: Trail'ster.

Also, we've got one final update of our January plug-in electric car sales report.

It's hard to say why people buy showy midlife-crisis cars, but it's easier to track what they buy. A new survey shows the most popular types of midlife-crisis mobile.

Finally, the 2016 Toyota Avalon is teased ahead of the Chicago Auto Show. Expect the restyled model to continue with a hybrid powertrain option.


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