Today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk promises a software update for the Model X to improve operation of its doors, we drive the 2016 BMW X1 crossover, and Faraday Future seeks a second factory location, this time in California. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
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Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson believes hybrids will eventually supplant diesels, even in Europe.
Faraday Future hasn't completed its Nevada factory, but it's already eyeing a second site in California.
The 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD diesel pickup truck gets a new hood scoop to feed cool air into its engine.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says door-control software for the Model X will be updated to address issues with the doors' operation in early customer cars.
The VLF Destino—a Fisker Karma with a V-8 engine replacing the plug-in powertrain—begins deliveries, while Karma Automotive works to revive the original version of the luxury sedan.
The 2016 BMW X1 looks like a traditional BMW, but shares underpinnings with the third-generation Mini. We took one for a quick drive to see whether that combination was a good one.
See how electric motorcycle rider Ben Rich plans to cover the four corners of the continental U.S. on a summer road trip.
Norway is reportedly getting more serious about plans to end sales of gasoline and diesel cars by 2025.
Finally, Volvo may build 600-horsepower plug-in hybrid Polestar versions of the S90 sedan and V90 wagon, the company's R&D boss says.