Today, the Mercedes-Benz GLC F-Cell is a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle that also plugs in like an electric car, Tesla CEO Elon Musk chimes in on Model S suspension issues, and Toyota plans a massive solar-power system for its new Texas headquarters. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

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Could tractor swapping help put electric long-haul trucks on the road? One European charging-equipment company thinks so.

General Motors says its committed to more fuel-efficient and electric cars, as well as self-driving cars.

Toyota claims solar panels at its new Texas headquarters will provide 25 percent of the facility's needed power.

We have a further update on the Tesla Model S suspension controversy and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration inquiry.

The Mercedes-Benz GLC F-Cell features a plug-in fuel-cell powertrain, and will go on sale next year.

The GLC F-Cell will be the first production vehicle in the world to combine fuel-cell and battery powertrains. What are the possible implications of a fuel-cell vehicle that plugs in like an electric car?

The Chevrolet Spark Activ, an SUV-like "soft-roader" version of the Spark hatchback, may launch in the U.S. soon. Could it boost the Spark's appeal?

Here's why European luxury brands are finally embracing electric cars.

Finally, we drive the 2017 Volvo S90 sedan that shares a platform and powertrains with the well-received XC90 crossover.


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