Today, a BMW i3 REx owner claims to have averaged the equivalent of roughly 1,000 mpg over 27 months of driving, a hearing on Audi, Porsche, and Volkswagen 3.0-liter V-6 diesel cars is set for November, and NASA research points to issues with Tesla Autopilot. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

This BMW i3 REx owner managed to cover 56,000 miles on just 50 gallons of gas in his range-extended electric car.

Audi, Porsche, and Volkswagen 3.0-liter V-6 TDI owners won't hear anything about a possible settlement until November, when a hearing on the matter is scheduled.

The electric-bus sector is booming, with companies like BYD and Proterra experiencing increased business, and Mercedes-Benz and Tesla planning to enter the game.

When will the last diesel truck be sold in the U.S.? That's what we asked our Twitter followers in our latest poll.

Here's why NASA thinks Tesla Autopilot is a bad idea.

We take the 2017 Chevrolet Spark—the smallest and least-expensive car sold by Chevy in North America—for a first drive.

Wondering what it's like when VW buys back your diesel car? One owner walks us through the buyback process, and what it's been like so far.

AAA compares automatic emergency-braking systems, and find that performance varies significantly from system to system.

Finally, the nuTonomy autonomous ride-sharing service launches in Singapore with electric cars.


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