We mull over a shadowy rumor about a new Ford electric car, analysts raise the idea of an oil-price collapse due to lack of storage, and there's now a new version of the 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf that's cheaper than before. All this and more today on Green Car Reports.
We started off by considering a report that Ford will unveil a 200-mile electric car sometime this year, in response to the Chevrolet Bolt.
2013 Ford Focus Electric
Catching up on news from the Geneva Motor Show, we showed you the Lexus LF-SA Concept, a design exercise for a luxury urban minicar.
Tesla Model S driver David Noland reported on Days 4-7 of his road trip, from Foley, Alabama, to Amarillo, Texas. (Days 1-3 are here.)
We know that Honda will launch a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle into the U.S. market soon, but the dates now seem a little fuzzier.
Volkswagen e-Golf (European model) test drive, Berlin, March 2014
If you liked the 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf, there's a new Limited Edition trim level that's almost $2,000 cheaper.
Meawhile, the U.S. is awash in oil--and now some analysts have suggested the price will collapse because we're out of storage space for it.
We dropped the last and final delivery numbers into our February plug-in electric sales report; the totals are better than January, but still way down on last summer, as always.
Teaser for 2016 Chevrolet Malibu debuting at 2015 New York Auto Show
After just three model years, an all-new 2016 Chevrolet Malibu, larger but lighter, will replace the too-small and not-very-well-liked current model--and we've got a teaser photo.
Finally, we've got the first of a multi-part series looking at Apple's alleged autonomous electric car. Is it real? We're skeptical, but what do you think?