Today, we look at the possibility of a future Tesla Model S electric car surpassing the 2016 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell car's 312-mile range, changes to California's electric-car rebate program, and the Solar Impulse 2 airplane's successful crossing of the Pacific Ocean. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Catch up on last week's noteworthy news with our Week in Reverse feature and video.

Tesla Model S owner loyalty may be unparalleled in the industry, a new study finds.

We've got an update in the case of the vanishing Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid and Infiniti QX60 Hybrid crossovers.

Does the decades-old Chevrolet Chevette really get better gas mileage than modern cars? Well, maybe some less-efficient modern cars.

California institutes income caps for its electric-car rebate program in an attempt to shift funds to poorer car buyers.

Certain 2015 Ford C-Max hybrid models get recalled over a software issue that affects more than 432,000 Ford cars in North America across three model lines.

The U.S. electric-car battery industry could grow if the supply base matures, a Department of Energy study claims.

The Solar Impulse 2 solar airplane lands in Hawaii after crossing the Pacific Ocean on its round-the-world record attempt.

The 2016 Toyota Mirai boasts an EPA-rated 312 miles of range, but will a future Tesla Model S beat that?

Here's one last update of June plug-in electric car sales figures.

Scion has been without new mainstream models for some time, but will the iA sedan and iM hatchback be the hits it needs?

Finally, the 2016 Mazda 3 compact gets extra equipment, and drops last year's base model.


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