Today, we have stories on a Nissan Leaf electric-car group buy in Montreal, U.S. oil and gas subsidies, and the results of our first Twitter poll. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

National Drive Electric Week kicks off one month from today. Organizers have already confirmed 141 electric-car-related events during the week of September 10.

Volkswagen will roll out particulate filters for certain gasoline engines next year.

Which electric car are you most excited about? Check out the results of our first-ever Twitter poll.

See the best deals on hybrids, plug-in electric cars, and fuel-efficient cars for August 2016.

Group purchases can drive down the cost of goods, and they've proven effective at promoting interest in electric cars. A 2016 Nissan Leaf group buy in Montreal signed up 2,800 buyers—who would pay roughly $12,000 Canadian each.

Ending roughly $4 billion in annual U.S. oil and gas drilling subsidies would have a low impact on the production and consumption of those fuels, according to a new study.

We have more information on the story of a man who used Tesla Autopilot to drive to a hospital.

Nearly 4 out of 5 Americans support rules mandating higher fuel economy, according to a recent survey.

Finally, the refreshed 2017 Mazda 6 mid-size sedan debuts with updated styling, and a new steering-assist feature called G-Vectoring Control.


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