Today, a BMW i6 electric sedan is rumored to be in development, Faraday Future teases its electric car in a new video, and Volkswagen's Canada arm hands out a "goodwill" package to diesel owners. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Saab owner National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) cuts a deal to sell 150,000 electric cars to a Chinese firm.

Volkswagen diesel owners in Canada get their own "goodwill" package of gift cards and free roadside assistance.

Faraday Future asks how to invent a car from a clean sheet of paper. The answer involves electric propulsion and, seemingly, car sharing and autonomous capabilities.

The next BMW "i" models could be an i5 crossover and i6 sedan, according to a new report.

OPEC laughs in the face of electric cars, claiming 94 percent of cars on the road in 2040 will still be powered by fossil fuels.

Finally, Tesla CEO Elon Musk claims fully-autonomous cars will be possible within two years, but that regulatory approval may take longer than that.


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