Today, we have findings from Tesla Motors' quarterly earnings call, an indication that the 2016 Chevrolet Volt will get solo California carpool-lane access, and General Motors' admission that it won't meet its goal of selling 500,000 hybrid and electric cars by 2017. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
A drifting Tesla Model S shows that electric cars can be fun and fast as well as quiet and efficient.
The 2016 Chevrolet Volt will get solo California carpool-lane access with a single occupant, a photo of a car with one of the green California HOV lane stickers indicates.
General Motors says it will fall short of its goal of selling 500,000 hybrids and electric cars by 2017.
From the Model X crossover and Model 3 sedan to Gigafactory progress, here's what we learned from the Tesla first-quarter results call.
A new survey says 76 percent of shoppers would consider bypassing dealerships completely and buying their cars online.
Finally, check out some spy shots of the 2016 Audi A4, which may be the first model to receive the brand's rumored "e-quattro" electric all-wheel drive system.