Today, we've got news from Tesla's annual shareholder meeting, including an update on the Model X electric crossover, Toyota's trademark of the name "Prius Prime," and the best and worst used electric cars. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

A trademark for the name Toyota "Prius Prime" is registered. What hybrid model could it be attached to?

See how five cities are getting free electric-car charging through a startup that works only with "socially-responsible" businesses.

The 2015 Chevrolet Impala bi-fuel natural-gas vehicle has been delayed for over a year, but General Motors won't elaborate on why.

The Tesla Model X will arrive in "three to four months," and "autopilot" testing is underway, Elon Musk said at Tesla's annual shareholder meeting.

A new report claims the Ford EcoSport will be sold in the U.S. beginning in 2017. That would make it the first car to be imported here from India.

More and more used electric cars are turning up on dealer lots. Find out which ones are the best bets to buy.

The National Transportation Safety Board wants front collision-avoidance systems to be standard on all new cars, but is that goal realistic?

Finally, the G7 world leaders call for an end to fossil-fuel use by 2100, and deep cuts by 2050.


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