Today, a dealer claims the 2016 Nissan Leaf will be offered with two battery-pack sizes, Tesla's attempt to curb local Supercharger use goes wrong, and a study claims fleet operators would largely support stricter fuel-efficiency standards for heavy-duty trucks. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
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The WalkCar is a laptop-sized skateboard-like contraption that shows just how minimal electric transportation can get.
The 2016 Nissan Leaf will feature two different battery-pack options, giving base models an 84-mile range, and upper trims a 110-mile range, a dealer says.
See how researchers modified oilseed in an attempt to produce better biodiesel.
The Immortus is a proposed electric car with onboard solar panels that can power it at speeds up to 37 mph, its creators claim.
A new survey by trade groups claims fleet operators support stricter fuel-efficiency rules for big trucks.
A Tesla letter discouraging local Supercharger fast-charging station use draws negative comments from owners.
Apple allegedly investigates California testing sites for its electric-car project.
Finally, Saab owner National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) forms an alliance with state-owned Chinese carmaker Dongfeng. Will that improve NEVS' chances of building electric cars in significant quantities?