2012 Tesla Model S beta vehicle, Fremont, CA, October 2011Enlarge Photo
Today, a new report claims the Tesla Model 3 electric car will be revealed less than a year from now, Senators push for greater volumes of biodiesel in the U.S. fuel supply, and German students build an electric car that will do 0 to 62 mph in under two seconds. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Read about a 3,000-horsepower electric car, a Nissan Leaf lawsuit, and more in our Week in Reverse feature and video.
We've updated our story on California hydrogen-fueling troubles with some new information.
Check out the electric car built by German students that does 0 to 62 mph in 1.779 seconds.
A new report claims the Tesla Model 3 will be revealed next March, and that it could have a 300-mile range.
The Toyota Avalon Hybrid gets extra discounts, making it one of the best hybrid deals this month.
Los Angeles gets a grant from the California Air Resources Board to test electric-car sharing in low-income areas.
Refuting selective and slanted coverage of electric cars appears to be a never-ending--but necessary--task for early owners.
A bipartisan group of Senators--including presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders--petitions the Environmental Protection Agency to add more biodiesel to the Renewable Fuels Standard.
Finally, the 2016 Lexus IS gets the downsized turbocharged four-cylinder engine from the NX small crossover.