Today, Volkswagen teases an electric Microbus concept ahead of the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), West Coast mayors form an electric-car consortium, and portable hydrogen fuelers are deployed at six dealerships selling the Toyota Mirai. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Catch up on last week's news with our Week in Reverse feature and video.

A long-range electric Volkswagen Microbus concept will debut at CES next month.

Lawsuits against Volkswagen related to the diesel scandal will be tried in California, not Detroit. Volkswagen wanted the proceedings to take place in Detroit, while many plaintiffs advocated for California.

The 2015 Chevrolet Impala bi-fuel natural gas sedans that were delayed due to quality issues have been delivered to customers, according to a new report.

Volkswagen will reportedly adopt flat batteries for its future electric cars.

A group of West Coast mayors form an electric-car consortium, and pledge carbon reductions in their respective cities.

Find out why switching the world to electric vehicles would take longer than you might think.

Volkswagen says a small group of engineers were responsible for the "defeat device" software that allowed diesel cars to cheat emissions tests.

The largest (non-Tesla) DC fast-charging site in the U.S. opens at a California supermarket.

Portable hydrogen fuelers are being deployed at six dealerships selling the Toyota Mirai, as construction of permanent stations lags.

Atieva may be the newest electric-car rival to Tesla and Faraday Future.

We compare the Honda Pilot and Toyota Highlander crossovers.

Finally, Saab owner National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) previews a full line of future vehicles.


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