We look at the latest hybrid and plug-in hybrid sedans from Hyundai, consider two standalone showrooms for advanced green vehicles, and ask if a gas pump may be the single germiest thing you touch in public.

All this and more today (and over the long U.S. holiday weekend) on Green Car Reports.

There are now two states where electric-car owners pay more in tax than the average gasoline-car driver. Can you name them?

We ran down all of last week's news stories, from Friday backwards, in our popular Week In Reverse video story.

A company called Faradion has prototyped sodium-ion batteries, and it's demonstrating them in an electric bicycle.

Here's an interesting energy approach: How about using computer servers to heat your home?

We've driven the new 2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid, and you can read all our impressions today.

California is different than the rest of the world--and so it gets North America's first all-inclusive standalone BMW i electric-car sales and service center.

What's the germiest, least hygenic thing you touch in public? It just might be ... the gas pump.

Even million-dollar, mega-fast plug-in hybrid supercars suffer from safety recalls. The Porsche 918 Spyder (and its cooling fan) is the latest.

In Tokyo, Toyota opened a new Mirai fuel-cell car showroom and hydrogen fueling station. We visited--and we've got the photos to prove it.

South Korean battery maker LG Chem has added Great Wall Motors to its client roster; its batteries will be used in plug-in hybrid SUVs.

Two of the smallest cars sold in North America are the Mitsubishi Mirage and Toyota Yaris, but how do they compare?

Finally, a version of the Audi R8 e-Tron electric car with autonomous driving--Audi calls it "piloted driving"--was revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show Asia in Shanghai.


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