Today, we have the Volkswagen Golf GTE Sport performance plug-in hybrid concept that will debut at the annual Wörthersee festival in Austria, an agreement between Mazda and Toyota to share technology, and first impressions of the 2015 Ford Focus EcoBoost and its 1.0-liter engine. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The Volkswagen Golf GTE Sport concept debuts with a plug-in hybrid powertrain and carbon fiber body.

Fortune is ready to put the Chevrolet Volt in the "dustbin of history," even though General Motors is about to launch an all-new, second-generation model.

Mazda and Toyota agree on a long-term partnership that will give the smaller carmaker access to Toyota's fuel-cell and hybrid technology.

Patent applications show designs for battery-electric and fuel-cell powertrains that could be used in an upcoming Porsche sedan.

The 2015 Ford Focus EcoBoost is a lot of fun to drive, but most Americans probably won't be interested.

Virtually every carmaker selling vehicles in China will offer plug-in hybrids over the next few years, but what if none of those cars are ever plugged in?

The 2015 Ford F-150 is recalled to address an issue with the steering on certain models.

Finally, check out the Matrix LED headlights that will debut with the next-generation Opel Astra at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.


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