Today, we have an update on the Volkswagen diesel deception scandal, a report claiming the Apple electric car could be ready by 2019, and a study that says electric cars aren't selling because manufacturers don't advertise them. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Electric cars aren't selling because automakers don't advertise them, a new report claims.

Volkswagen says 11 million diesel vehicles worldwide have the "cheating" software that altered U.S. EPA test results, and claims it has put aside $7.3 billion to deal with the scandal.

Mazda is testing hybrids against electric cars in Japan to see what consumers prefer. Will either powertrain ever be offered in the U.S.?

The Apple electric car has been designated a "committed project," and could be completed by 2019, a new report says.

Read the story of a BMW owner who bought an electric car... and is now selling his BMW.

Watch our video road test of the 2016 Mazda CX-3 subcompact crossover.

Finally, the 2016 Nissan Altima emerges from a mid-cycle refresh with updated styling and some added technology features.


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