Today, we look at the software changes made to the Tesla Model S electric car since it launched in 2012, analysts ponder potential fixes for Volkswagen TDI emissions, and Toyota says requests for the 2016 Mirai fuel-cell car have already exceeded the 2016 U.S. production allotment. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The potential fixes for Volkswagen TDI emissions range from software updates, to simply replacing cars, a researcher says.

Kia Soul EV sales will soon expand to New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Maryland.

Volkswagen has withdrawn its application for certification of 2016-model-year Jetta, Golf, and Passat TDI models, VW of America CEO Michael Horn revealed in testimony before Congress.

We catalog all software changes to the Tesla Model S since 2012.

Infiniti sees no demand for electric cars until at least 2020, and will concentrate on higher-volume market segments instead, officials say.

Toyota says it has nearly 1,900 requests for the 1,000 2016-model-year Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell cars it plans to sell in the U.S.

Buyers of Volkswagen TDI models took about $50 million in Federal income tax credits in 2009. Those credits are now likely to receive significant public attention.

A recall and stop-sale order have been issued for 2015 and 2016 Mazda 3 compacts, due to a problem with the affected cars' fuel shutoff valves.

Finally, the Toyota S-FR is a new small sports car concept that will debut at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show.


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