Today, Consumer Reports says the Nissan Leaf is a good used-car value, renderings of a fake Tesla "Model M" electric motorcycle appear, and a Toyota Prius taxi logs over 600,000 miles in Austria. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Used Nissan Leaf electric cars are a good choice, and can be had at a low price if you're willing to negotiate, Consumer Reports says.

A Toyota Prius taxi logs over 600,000 miles in Austria--on its original battery pack.

Renderings of a Tesla "Model M" electric motorcycle are circulating around the Internet, but the bike isn't real.

Certain 2012 through 2014 Toyota Prius V hybrids are being recalled to fix a software glitch.

We've updated our report on electric cars in West Virginia to reflect the fact that the state no longer offers its $7,500 tax credit.

Hear what the BMW i8 hydrogen fuel-cell research vehicle sounds like. Don't expect much of a racket.

A new study finds that people don't want autonomous cars to do all of the driving, and are somewhat concerned about riding in them.

Finally, a new report claims MINI will build a sports car based on the fetching Superleggera Vision concept. That car's electric powertrain probably won't make it to production, though.


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