Today, we have a 1,000-mile Nissan Leaf electric-car road trip, a report that the 200-mile 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV will start production in October, and the end of Tesla's guaranteed buyback program. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Tesla cancels its guaranteed buyback program in a move meant to free up cash.

Sales of the Toyota Prius hybrid have stagnated despite the introduction of a redesigned, fourth-generation model. Is the Prius simply passe now that plug-in electric cars are here?

Follow along on a 1,000-mile Nissan Leaf electric-car road trip in the Northeast.

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV electric car will enter production in October, a new report says. That will allow GM to fulfill its promise of launching the 200-mile electric car before the end of this year, with two months to spare.

The aluminum-bodied 2017 Ford Super Duty diesel heavy-duty pickup truck can tow up to 32,000 pounds, giving Ford an advantage over rivals Chevy and Ram.

Finally, BMW is considering entering the Formula E electric-car race series, according to a new report. A BMW i8 plug-in hybrid already serves as the series' pace car.


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