The sun is shining in our neck of the woods today, but Tesla Motors could also use some at its nearly-finished, solar-powered Supercharger, retail store, and service center site in California. Check that out, as well as the possibility of an Acura-based version of the 2016 Honda HR-V, and a report on growing Chinese electric-car sales. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
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Tesla's first solar-powered Supercharger, retail store, and service center site is almost ready.
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Does a recently trademark filing for "Acura CDX" indicate Honda is planning a luxury version of the 2016 HR-V crossover?
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A new consumer study finds car buyers expect gas prices to rise soon, and will prioritize fuel economy in future purchases.
While they lagged in the past, China could overtake the U.S. in electric-car sales this year.
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The Texas legislature considers a bill that would let Tesla Motors sell cars directly to customers in the state.
Finally, battery-maker A123 Systems sues Apple, claiming the company poached its employees. Some analysts believe they were lured away for the much-hyped Apple Car project.