Today, we have a first look at the production 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV, including a first drive of a development vehicle at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Meanwhile, Volkswagen struggles to find a fix for its non-compliant diesel cars that will satisfy regulators, and hints that a production electric Microbus could use Porsche's 800-volt charging system. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The production version of the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV debuts at CES.

We also got to drive a development mule of Chevy's 200-mile electric car at the Las Vegas electronics show.

A production electric Volkswagen Microbus based on the Budd-e concept could use the 800-volt DC fast-charging system first shown on the Porsche Mission E concept.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration may alter vehicle regulations to outlaw three wheelers like the one Elio Motors hopes to put into production soon.

We have details on Volkswagen's modular electric toolkit (MEB) platform for electric cars, as well as the battery packs it will house.

Fuel-economy gains slowed in 2014, and reversed in 2015, new analyses show.

The electric motorcycle industry continues to mature. See what's what with our 2016 electric motorcycle buyer's guide.

Volkswagen is still far from agreeing with regulators on a fix for its non-compliant diesel cars, a new report says.

This month, the Federal Trade Commission will hold a panel discussion on franchise laws for dealerships, which could benefit Tesla Motors.

Finally, photos of the Prius-fighting Hyundai Ioniq leak online.


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