We wrap up the week with a report that the 200-mile Chevrolet Bolt electric car will start production next year, some additional points of interest on the 2016 Toyota Mirai hydrogen car, and planned changes to the European emissions testing protocol. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

See how the Tesla Model S compares to the Citroen DS, a futuristic car from over 50 years ago.

The European Union announces tougher emissions testing rules meant to better apply to real-world driving. Will they finally make European fuel-economy figures realistic?

The Chevrolet Volt bolts to an early lead in Canadian plug-in electric car sales for January.

We've already got a drive report of the 2016 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell car under our belts, but here are a few more things we noticed.

Would stressing the personal health risks from air pollution sell more electric cars? A new study suggests it might.

It appears the 2018 Chevy Bolt electric car will go into production next year at a plant in Michigan ahead of a 2017 launch.

BMW is recalling 2014 and 2015 MINI Cooper models over misstated weights.

Finally, the Infiniti QX30 compact crossover concept is confirmed ahead of the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.


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