Today, we look at ambitious targets for Tesla Model 3 production, how General Motors will compensate owners who bought SUVs with inaccurate fuel-economy figures on window stickers, and why an electric-car advocate created the fictional Chevrolet Jolt EV. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Read about a BMW electric-car lawsuit, the death of the Cadillac ELR, and more in our Week in Reverse feature.

Nissan announces a home energy-storage battery pack. Is the Japanese carmaker looking to compete with Tesla outside the realm of electric cars?

Tesla plans to build 100,000 Model 3 electric cars next year, and 400,000 in 2018, according to suppliers.

Toyota builds its 9 millionth hybrid just nine months after passing the 8-million-unit mark.

Volvo will build a compact electric car based on its new CMA platform, as well as an electric car based on its SPA platform for larger models.

General Motors will compensate owners of large crossovers with misstated window-sticker fuel economy with gift cards or a protection plan.

Selling an electric car is easy, says the creator of the fictional Chevrolet Jolt EV that appeared online a few weeks ago.

Learn all about 48-volt mild hybrid systems, and why they could become more common over the next few years.

We compare two small, retro-styled cars: the Volkswagen Beetle and Mini Cooper.

Finally, we have spy shots of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler, which we expect to be offered with turbocharged four-cylinder, diesel, and hybrid powertrains.


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