Today, we have coverage of the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show, including numerous fuel-cell, battery-electric, and hybrid concept and production cars. We also have news that LG Chem will supply batteries to Tesla for the carmaker's planned upgrade of its Roadster sports car, and a study that says Toyota Prius owners keep their cars longer than almost any others. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
The Mitsubishi eX all-electric crossover concept debuts at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show.
LG Chem adds Tesla to its long list of automotive customers. The Korean battery maker will supply cells for Tesla's planned upgrade of the Roadster sports car.
We've rounded up all of the significant green production and concept car debuts from the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. The list includes hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles, electric cars, and more.
The Nissan IDS concept is an autonomous electric car that debuted in Tokyo. Does it preview the next Leaf?
The Subaru Viziv Future crossover concept previews the Japanese firm's next-generation hybrid system.
Are the Tesla Model X crossover's complex sun visors a stroke of design genius... or just design overkill?
Toyota Prius owners keep their cars longer than almost any other model, a new study finds.
The Federal government rules that automotive software is excepted from the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, meaning owners and researchers are free to dissect it. That makes future investigations like the one that uncovered Volkswagen's emissions cheating possible.
Finally, we have live photos of the 2016 MINI Convertible from the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show.