Today, how one reader got an exceedingly inexpensive new Nissan Leaf electric car, drag racing a "Ludicrous" mode-equipped Tesla Model S, and how Rhode Island uses money from polluters to fund its electric-car incentives. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

We've got details on the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq, multiple first drives, and more in our Week in Reverse feature and video.

Diesel car sales were negligible in January, although trucks and SUVs fared somewhat better.

Switching a Tesla Model S from "Insane" to "Ludicrous" mode slices quarter-mile times, as one driver found out firsthand.

Several years before it began using "defeat device" software in diesel cars, Volkswagen kept a 2004 Audi emissions issue from regulators, a new report finds.

Automakers would fund 40 percent of a proposed German electric-car incentive program, according to one report.

See how one reader got a new 2015 Nissan Leaf electric car for just $16,345 net.

Dirty money from polluters funds electric-car incentives in Rhode Island.

We compare the Chevrolet Trax and Honda HR-V subcompact crossovers.

Finally, the 2017 Toyota C-HR subcompact crossover is leaked in production trim.


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