Today, the EPA tells Mitsubishi to retest U.S. models for fuel economy, Ford CEO Mark Fields confirms his company has a 200-mile electric car is in the works, and high warranty costs cause problems for Tesla. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Ford CEO Mark Fields confirms a 200-mile electric car is coming.
Tesla's customer service is impressive, but high warranty costs are becoming a problem for the company.
The Fisker Karma will be relaunched as the Karma Revero, with order books set to open later this year.
The EPA tells Mitsubishi to retest U.S. cars for fuel economy after the company admitted to cheating on tests in Japan.
Check out the BMW E1, an experimental electric car that preceded the i3 by about two decades.
We look at VW's support for biofuels even as it pledges to expand its offerings of plug-in electric cars in the wake of the diesel emission scandal.
Here's why one analyst believes Apple will never sell cars.
Finally, the Hyundai Elantra Sport is unveiled in Korea as a new range-topping model. Expect it to appear in the U.S. later this year.