Today, Tesla continues lobbying to sell its electric cars in Michigan, General Motors stops sales of SUVs due to a fuel-economy reporting error, and the Toyota Mirai aims to recapture a green image from Tesla. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

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Tesla hires an Audi veteran as its new vice president of vehicle production, after the previous jobholder took a leave of absence.

The Nissan Leaf overtakes the Renault Zoe in European electric-car sales, while the Mitsubishi Outlander remains the top plug-in hybrid in Europe.

Check out the best deals on hybrid, plug-in hybrid, electric, and fuel-efficient gasoline cars for May 2016.

Tesla still wants to sell its electric cars in Michigan, but the state couldn't care less.

A gas-mileage error halts sales of large General Motors SUVs while the company prints replacement labels.

The Toyota Mirai seeks to reclaim a green image from Tesla, but Toyota has no plans for an equivalent to the Silicon Valley company's "Supercharger" network.

Can the redesigned 2016 Kia Optima build on the success of the previous generation? We test drive this mid-size sedan to find out.

Finally, more details emerge on Chinese startup NextEV's electric-car plans.


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