Today, Virginia car dealers continue their attack on Tesla Motors and its direct-sales practices, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) finds that small crossover SUVs may stint front passengers on safety, and several countries plan to end sales of internal-combustion cars. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

After filing a lawsuit against Tesla, Virginia car dealers are now calling for an investigation of the carmaker's sales practices.

See which countries are discussing plans to make all new cars on their roads electric, and when that may happen.

Some small SUVs don't protect passengers as well as drivers in certain types of frontal collisions, says the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Electric cars are a key part of climate-action plans in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec.

The final terms of the Volkswagen diesel settlement won't be announced until next Tuesday, but the latest rumor is that Audi and VW owners will be offered a buyback payment of payment of between $1,000 and $7,000 depending on the car's age and condition.

The Saab car brand may be truly dead. Owner National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) now plans to sell electric cars under its own brand name.

Finally, a leaked order guide indicates the Ford Mustang will soon get the 10-speed automatic transmission debuting in the 2017 F-150 full-size pickup truck.


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