We look at what an edgy body kit might do to your Tesla Model S, cops who drive electric cars, and why "renewable diesel" isn't what you probably think of as "biodiesel." All this and more today on Green Car Reports.
Body kits are a common way to jazz up your car, but would such a kit for the Tesla Model S reduce its electric range?
Renewable diesel fuel is different than the widely used and imprecise term biodiesel; Propel is now offering the new fuel at filling stations.
Electric cars and driving schools haven't historically though of together, but that could change.
The cars built by high-school and college teams for the Shell Eco Marathon aren't remotely highway-capable, but that doesn't matter.
We've always thought electric cars would make good police cars. Turns out Seattle's been using them for years.
December 2010 was when the Chevy Volt and the Nissan Leaf first went on sale, but 10 drivers have now driven electric cars for the past 10 years.
Perhaps not surprisingly, the more cars you have, the more you drive your primary car. Up to a point, that is.
The standard Cadillac V8 engine is dead; long live the Cadillac V8: It'll be rare, but it won't be extinct.