Today, one electric-car advocate's idea for spending the $2 billion Volkswagen diesel fine, Tesla second-quarter delivery figures, and plug-in electric car sales figures for June 2016. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

We have additional details on the fatal crash involving a Tesla Model S running on Autopilot that occurred last week.

Catch up on any news you might have missed with our Week in Reverse feature.

The Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 concept is an all-electric, autonomous attempt to predict the future of luxury cars.

The Karma Revero (nee Fisker Karma) is now in pilot production at Karma Automotive's new California plant.

Tesla delivered 14,370 cars in the second quarter, which is somewhat fewer than planned.

The G20 nations have discussed ending fossil-fuel subsidies, but won't commit to a deadline for doing so.

Here's how one electric-car advocate believes $2 billion in Volkswagen diesel fines could be used for charging infrastructure.

The Paris weekday ban on pre-1997 cars takes effect this week, but historic vehicles are exempt.

Plug-in electric car sales figures for June show the Nissan Leaf continuing to trail the Chevrolet Volt.

Vehicle-miles traveled soared last year, and so may have traffic deaths, according to early estimates from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Finally, we have spy shots of the 2017 Honda CR-V compact crossover, which will likely share a platform with the recently-redesigned Civic.


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