Today, the Tesla Model X 75D debuts as a base version of the electric crossover, a Colorado dealer sells "forbidden fruit" used electric cars normally available only in other states, and Lexus passes 1 million hybrid sales since 2005. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

All versions of the Tesla Model S will get a $1,500 price increase along with a styling update.

A dealer brings "forbidden fruit" used electric cars intended to be sold only in certain states to Boulder, Colorado.

Half of car buyers in a new study say electric cars must have 300 miles of range.

Two-thirds of cars registered in Norway last month were hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or battery-electric vehicles.

Lexus has sold 1 million hybrids since the original RX 400h hybrid crossover debuted in April 2005.

The Tesla Model X gets a new 75D base version, replacing the 70D that was apparently never built.

We compare the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla compact sedans.

Finally, Jaguar Land Rover launches a new subsidiary called InMotion to experiment with car sharing.


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