Today, the Federal Trade Commission criticizes Michigan's ban of Tesla direct sales, a new study questions whether biofuels are really carbon neutral, and the quirk of Colorado's electric-car tax credit program not shared with any other state. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Find out why BMW's attempt to boost its twin-turbocharged V-8's fuel efficiency kills batteries.

The Federal Trade Commission calls Michigan's Tesla direct-sales ban "protectionism" for car dealers.

Biofuels aren't necessarily carbon-neutral, a new study warns.

Colorado holds a unique distinction. It's the sole state with an electric-car incentives program that applies to used as well as new cars.

Results of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) small-frontal overlap crash test for mid-size crossovers are in. The 2015 Nissan Murano did well, but Fiat Chrysler crossovers did not.

The 2017 Scion FR-S small sports car may receive new styling and a bump in power. Will that help reverse flagging consumer interest in this rear-wheel drive model?

Finally, Mazda and Toyota agree to a partnership that may include the sharing of fuel-saving technologies.


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