Today, we take a closer look at the Tesla Model X electric crossover's "falcon" doors, a report claims supplier Bosch knew about Volkswagen's emissions cheating in 2007, and NRG Energy restructures, leading to questions about the fate of its eVgo charging network. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

NRG Energy restructures, separating its electricity-generation operations from its solar business and the eVgo charging network.

The production Tesla Model X electric crossover will be unveiled tonight. Will its "falcon" doors ultimately prove to be a "killer app" or a handicap?

German supplier Bosch knew about Volkswagen's diesel emissions "defeat device" in 2007, and even warned the carmaker, according to a new report.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk weighs in on the Volkswagen emissions scandal.

Volkswagen will issue a worldwide recall of all 11 million cars implicated in the diesel scandal, reports claim.

Several 2016 Volvo models are recalled for problems with their engine start-stop systems.

The bad news continues for the Volkswagen Group as 2.1 million Audi diesel models are confirmed to have emissions-cheating software.

Finally, a report claims new Opel Astra variants could reach the U.S. as Buicks. Is this the Saturn Astra all over again?


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