Today, we take a break from the plethora of stories about hydrogen fueling stations and go back to a perennial reader favorite, the Tesla Model S--which has earned more good words from Consumer Reports. We report on a small seven-seat Honda utility vehicle we won't see in North America, and look at an intriguing project car from German supplier ZF. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The German parts supplier ZF, best known for its transmissions, has some intriguing ideas on electric cars--but no plans to get into the lithium-ion battery business.

The Honda BR-V is a small seven-seat crossover intended only for Asian markets. Sadly, for North Americans, it will remain forbidden fruit.

A new analysis suggests that Korean battery powerhouse LG Chem could become the largest such supplier in the world.

The highest-performance, most expensive Tesla Model S--the P85D--is so good it broke Consumer Reports' rating system, the magazine said.

Yesterday, we gave you five reasons why the Ford Ranger should return, ASAP--and now there's news that the Ford Bronco may reappear as well.

Finally, could Google be planning to fight potholes? A recent patent suggests it just may.


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