Today, we look at various emissions and fuel-economy investigations involving Mitsubishi, Daimler, and other carmakers, build-quality issues on early copies of the 2016 Tesla Model X, and four new electric cars slated to debut for 2017. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Catch up on last week's biggest stories with our Week in Reverse feature and video.

Faraday Future backer LeEco debuts its own electric-car concept ahead of the 2016 Beijing Auto Show.

The 2016 Tesla Model X experiences issues with its "Falcon" doors, and many other things.

As Volkswagen works on a settlement with the U.S. government, Mitsubishi, Daimler, and others come under scrutiny for emissions and fuel-economy discrepancies.

The updated Tesla Model S 90D is now rated at 303 miles of highway range.

Here are four new (or updated) electric cars coming for 2017.

China accelerates the implementation of tougher emissions standards, and new fuel-economy standards are on the horizon as well.

Here's why so few hybrid cars are available with all-wheel drive.

Is it better to buy a tall-roofed hatchback or a subcompact crossover? We compare the Kia Soul and Jeep Renegade to find out.

Finally, the 2016 Acura CDX unveiled at the 2016 Beijing Auto Show is a crossover based on the Honda HR-V. It was designed primarily for the Chinese market, but may be sold elsewhere eventually.


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