Today, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) warns Volkswagen dealers not to mislead customers about diesel buybacks, the 2017 BMW 740e xDrive i Performance plug-in hybrid makes its U.S. debut, and Tesla becomes the "driving" force behind San Francisco Bay Area manufacturing. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Many people are suspicious of electric cars, but coffee and mechanical refrigeration also met their share of opposition, as a book on why we fear new things explains.

A new hydrogen fueling station closes in on the throughput of gas stations, an important step in making hydrogen economically viable for businesses.

We have U.S. specs on the 2017 BMW 740e xDrive i Performance, the plug-in hybrid version of the BMW 7-Series that was announced last year.

In 2025, what percentage of new cars in the U.S. will have plugs? We asked our readers to tell us what they thought in a poll.

The FTC warns Volkswagen dealers not to mislead owners about TDI diesel buybacks.

U.K. businesses are shifting away from diesel cars for their fleets, and buying more fuel-efficient gasoline, hybrid, and electric cars instead, according to a recent survey.

Tesla is now the "driving force" behind manufacturing in the San Francisco Bay Area, a new report says.

A Tesla Autopilot crash is reported in China. Tesla confirmed that Autopilot was engaged after reviewing data from the car.

Finally, DeltaWing reveals a new rendering for its proposed road car, and snipes at the Nissan BladeGlider electric sports car prototypes recently unveiled in Brazil.


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