We look at why used electric cars are becoming a thing, Ford's intellectual-property announcement, and 40 years of artistic BMWs. All this and more today on Green Car Reports.

Three years and more have passed since modern electric cars went on sale, meaning used electric cars are about to get big. We tell you what you need to know.

Ford is going to open its portfolio of hybrid and electric car patents for licensing--and add 200 electrified vehicle engineers on top of that.

We updated our article on Tesla Model S door-handle failures to provide data from Consumer Reports on how bad the problem is.

For the second year in a row, Canada's electric-car advocates have honored dealers who sell the most plug-in vehicles.

And one man likes his Fiat 500e electric car so much it may cause him to trade in his beloved BMW convertible. We explain why.

The Hyundai Elantra and Kia Forte compact sedans are sisters under the skin, but how do they compare?

And finally, BMW is showing off its collection of specially-commissioned art cars from the last 40 years.


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