VW diesel scandal, post-Scion plans, Porsche Mission E battery suppliers: Today's car news

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Today, we have everything you need to know about the Volkswagen diesel scandal six months after it began, Scion models that will live on as Toyotas after the "youth brand" dies, and possible battery suppliers for the Porsche Mission E electric car. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Toyota confirms plans to turn the Scion iA and iM small cars, the FR-S sports car, and the upcoming C-HR crossover into Toyota models after Scion is killed off later this year.

Panasonic and Bosch are reportedly the two top choices to supply batteries for the upcoming Porsche Mission E electric car.

A Toyota-run test in Japan will use wind energy to make hydrogen for fuel-cell forklifts, as a possible prelude to larger-scale use with fuel-cell cars.

Check out the small-town Indiana Chevy dealer that's big on electric cars.

Six months after it began, here's everything you need to know about the Volkswagen diesel scandal in 10 questions.

Back in January, General Motors announced an investment of $500 million Lyft. Now it's providing rental cars for the ride-sharing service.

After many teases, BMW confirms it will build a convertible version of the i8 plug-in hybrid, which will be called the i8 Spyder.


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