Today, BMW unveils a zero-emission concept car for its 100th anniversary, Volkswagen lawyers say the company delayed announcing its diesel cheating in order to cut a deal with regulators, and a Maserati Levante plug-in hybrid SUV could borrow powertrain components from the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivan. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
If you're interested in electric cars and live in Canada, here are six good-news events you'll want to learn more about.
BMW marks its 100th anniversary with a zero-emission, autonomous concept car.
Volkswagen delayed announcing its diesel cheating because it wanted to cut a deal with regulators, company lawyers now say.
Daimler will spend $500 million on a new battery plant that will supply packs for Mercedes-Benz and Smart plug-in cars.
The recently-unveiled Maserati Levante luxury crossover will get a plug-in hybrid version that borrows components from the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivan, a new report says.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles recalls 2015 and 2016 Dodge Dart compacts due to an unexpected "torque event."
Finally, a proposed bill would explicitly exempt race cars from EPA emissions regulations.