Today, we have plug-in electric car sales figures for October, accusations by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that additional Volkswagen Group models have emissions-cheating software, and Nissan's unhurried approach to fuel-cell cars. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The EPA now says that some Volkswagen, Audi, and Porsche models equipped with 3.0-liter V-6 TDI diesel engines also have emissions-cheating software.

Polaris updates the GEM line of low-speed electric vehicles. It acquired GEM in 2011.

Responding to the EPA's claims of additional cheating, the Volkswagen home office in Germany claims the newly-fingered models do not have "defeat device" software.

The 2016 Honda CR-Z hybrid gets a handful of updates, including revised styling and more technology features.

We have our monthly report on plug-in electric car sales, and the big news is that the 2016 Chevrolet Volt is finally on sale in certain regions.

Nissan will launch a hydrogen fuel-cell car eventually, but the company isn't in a hurry, its CEO says.

The 2016 Honda CR-V is the latest vehicle to be recalled because of potentially-defective Takata airbags.

Finally, Mazda will not use its new rotary engine as a range extender for an electric car, at least, not at first, a new report claims.


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