Today, Tesla raises its hacking bounty to $10,000, the 2015 Toyota Prius C becomes an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety "Top Safety Pick," and the Volkswagen Touareg Hybrid is discontinued. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

See what you may have missed last week with our Week in Reverse feature and video.

Check out the video of a prototype Tesla charging station that uses a snake-like arm to automatically plug into an electric car.

San Francisco-area BMW i3 owners will be paid to delay charging as part of a new test program.

Updates allow the 2015 Toyota Prius C to attain an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety "Top Safety Pick" rating.

Tesla CTO JB Straubel hikes the company's hacking bounty to $10,000 (and does a shot) at the Def Con convention in Las Vegas.

The 2016 Volkswagen Touareg loses the hybrid option previously offered on VW's larger SUV.

The Daimler-owned car-sharing operation Car2Go is cutting its coverage area in Portland, Oregon. Some local sources believe it is excluding areas with higher percentages of minority and lower-income residents.

Automakers say they can't meet electric-car mandates, while buyers "shrug" at efficiency concerns, a new report says.

We compare the Tesla Model S to what is arguably one of its closest non-electric rivals: the Porsche Panamera.

Finally, the 2016 Honda Accord coupe joins the updated sedan with revised styling and added technology features.


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