Today, Tesla launches longer-range 100D versions of the Model S and Model X, a vehicle that could be Faraday Future's first production electric car appears in Los Angeles, and automakers and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) scuffle over Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Tesla announces Model S P100D and Model X P100D variants with larger, 100-kilowatt-hour battery packs.

After the Model 3 sedan and Model Y crossover, what should Tesla's next vehicle be? That's what we asked our Twitter followers in our latest poll.

Will CAFE standards have to be relaxed after 2021? The auto industry thinks so, but the EPA begs to differ.

A multi-brand electric-car dealership is set to open in Canada after a test of the concept in Iceland.

Carmakers recently asked to extend a comment period on CAFE standards, but the EPA's answer was a simple "no."

Faraday Future still won't release details on its upcoming electric car. Could a mysterious camouflaged vehicle spotted in Los Angeles be a prototype for the startup's Tesla Model X-fighting crossover?

Here's why reactions to Tesla's new longer-range 100D variants were less than ecstatic.

Due to fallout from the U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union, South Korean automaker Ssangyong is mulling U.S. sales. Should it make that move?

Finally, check out the autonomous drone taxi concept developed by Airbus.


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