Today, Tesla plans a Model 3 crossover, Honda plans to kill its Civic Hybrid and Natural Gas models, and DC fast-charging prices fluctuate. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Tesla adds a liquid-cooled charging cable to one of its Supercharger stations. Could it speed up charging even more?

California legislation seeks to radically cut energy use by 2030, but how will those cuts be achieved?

The price of DC fast charging can vary significantly, as demonstrated by the situation in Sacramento, California.

The Tesla Model 3 lineup will include both a sedan and a crossover, the company's chief technical officer says. Will the two models allow Tesla to meet its goal of putting 1 million electric cars on the roads by 2020?

An all-new tenth-generation Honda Civic is coming this fall, but the Civic Hybrid and Natural Gas models won't be part of the lineup.

Chevrolet and Nissan show ways to reuse electric-car batteries after their automotive service lives are finished.

Rumor has it that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles chief Sergio Marchionne badly wants a merger with General Motors, but is that really a good idea?

Finally, Mercedes-Benz's AMG performance division may be the latest to experiment with electric turbochargers.


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