We have quite a bit of news from the 2016 Consumer Electronics Shows (CES) today, including electric-car concepts from Faraday Future, Volkswagen, and BMW. Also, check back later in the day--because we'll have more information on a future electric car that we think readers will really be interested in.

The all-electric Volkswagen Budd-e concept debuts at CES after months of rumors and teases.

Also debuting at CES, the BMW i Future Interaction concept once again hints at a convertible version of the i8 plug-in hybrid coupe.

A tax credit for hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles was extended in the recently-passed Congressional budget deal.

Faraday Future shows its FFZero1 concept at CES, but doesn't provide much information on its actual product plans.

Rich electric-car buyers in California have until March to claim rebates. After that, income caps take effect.

General Motors and Lyft announce a partnership to develop autonomous cars.

Finally, Ford adds more Fusion Hybrid sedans to its fleet of autonomous research vehicles.


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