Today, read why Volkswagen won't bring its TDI diesel models back to the U.S. anytime soon, why regulators believe the 54.5-mpg Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standard for 2025 won't be met, and get a rundown of groups investigating Tesla Autopilot crashes. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The 2025 Corporate Average Fuel Economy target of 54.5 mpg may not be met because of booming SUV sales and cheap gas, regulators say.

Volkswagen won't bring back most of its TDI diesel models to the U.S. anytime soon, according to a new report.

How many different groups are investigating Tesla Autopilot crashes? Quite a few, at the moment.

The Indian capital of New Delhi will cancel registrations of all diesel cars 10 years or older within its jurisdiction, effective immediately.

Volkswagen's decision to effectively end diesel sales in the U.S. is about more than bad press from the TDI emissions scandal. Here are the other factors at work.

What happens when a Tesla Model S and a Ferrari drag race an electric van? Find out here.

A Honda audit of Takata found that the supplier hid information about its failed airbags.

Finally, Mercedes-Benz unveils an autonomous-bus concept in The Netherlands.


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