Today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk hints that Model 3 owners will pay for Supercharger DC fast charging, Paris moves to ban older cars from its city center, and Japan tries to turn its Fukushima prefecture into a major hydrogen production center.
Paris plans to ban cars registered before 1997 from its city center beginning July 1 to cut emissions.
Sand Diego Gas & Electric plans to fund installation of 3,500 electric-car charging stations in its service area, as well as education programs that promote electric cars.
The Japanese government wants to turn Fukushima into a major hydrogen production center in time for the 2020 Olympics.
Tesla Model 3 owners may have to pay for Supercharger DC fast charging, but the cost hasn't been determined yet.
Yet another Takata airbag recall is announced, this time encompassing a group of Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury models.
Volvo's CEO is confident hybrids will eventually supplant diesels in Europe, where diesel has been dominant for decades.
Finally, Volkswagen may build a sporty GTI version of its Up city car.