Today, Volkswagen proposes a fix for the 482,000 2.0-liter diesel cars in the U.S. equipped with "defeat device" software, a new transportation bill may enable tax credits for natural-gas vehicles, and a Fiat 500e gets dressed up like a Star Wars Stormtrooper. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

A battery-pack retrofit may allow the BMW i3 to surpass 100 miles of range, a new report claims.

Volkswagen proposes a fix for 2.0-liter diesel cars equipped with "defeat device" software, but won't make the details public.

While other carmakers chase Tesla, Nissan electric cars will be mass-market models, CEO Carlos Ghosn says.

An amendment to a pending House transportation bill could open the door for tax credits for natural-gas vehicles.

Check out the customized Fiat 500e electric car inspired by Star Wars Stormtroopers.

A fix for Volkswagen diesel cars in Europe gets the green light from regulators.

Finally, a new report claims an upcoming electric Volkswagen Phaeton will share components with Audi's 2018 electric SUV.


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