Tesla Sales, Toyota Mirai Signup, BlueIndy Controversy: Today's Car News


2016 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell car, Newport Beach, CA, Nov 2014

2016 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell car, Newport Beach, CA, Nov 2014

Today, a report claims the Tesla Model S outsold the Nissan Leaf in the first quarter of this year, Toyota announces the start of signups for the 2016 Mirai fuel-cell sedan, and Indianapolis businesses get red in the face over the BlueIndy electric car-sharing service. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Check out the 2012 Chevrolet Volt that's racked up over 250,000 miles, one-third of them electric.

Californians can sign up to get an order slot of the 2016 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell car beginning July 20.

Washington state caps its electric-car tax break at $35,000, meaning the BMW i3 and Tesla Model S no longer qualify.

The Toyota Sienta hybrid minivan is an oddity from Japan with some, to put it mildly, unusual styling features.

Tesla doesn't release monthly U.S. sales figures, but a new report from research firm IHS Automotive claims the Model S outsold in the Nissan Leaf in the first quarter of this year.

Indianapolis businesses criticize the BlueIndy electric car-sharing service, saying it takes up too many parking spaces.

See how the Honda CR-V and Hyundai Tucson small crossovers compare to one another.

Finally, Ford looks to patent luminescent body panels with integrated lighting elements.

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