Today, a Ford survey shows that electric-car drivers don't want to go back to gasoline, the possibility of a Tesla-run autonomous electric-car sharing service, and Hyundai and Kia plan a wide variety of new green models. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Virginia tells Tesla to alter its electric-car buyer bounties, claiming they run afoul of car-sales regulations.

The Pentagon begins testing a new jet engine design that could cut fuel consumption by 25 percent.

Electric-car drivers tell Ford that they don't plan on going back to gasoline.

Hyundai and Kia will launch new electric-car, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and possibly even diesel models in the U.S. over the next few years, a new report says.

Could Tesla add autonomous electric car-sharing as a new business? It was one of the topics to come out of the company's quarterly conference call.

Will fracking and finance, rather than regulation, doom big coal?

We compare two upscale compact cars: the Buick Verano and Mercedes-Benz CLA 250.

Finally, we spy a seven-seat version of the next-generation Lexus RX crossover undergoing testing.


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