Today, we listen to you on the Model 3, the Mirai makes a case for consistency, and a Chrysler that can crash (very well, might we add). All this and more on Green Car Reports.
The timing of the first Tesla Model 3 delivery remains a subject of hot contention in the auto industry. We asked our Twitter followers what they thought.
More than two years ago, the U.S. and China agreed to study their respective subsidies to the fossil-fuel industry. The peer-reviewed reports are now out. The numbers are staggering.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV will arrive at its first dealers within three months, but it faces several hazards to success as the first affordable 200-mile electric car. We run them down.
Meanwhile, the 2017 Toyota Mirai is the second model year for the hydrogen fuel-cell sedan. Its price hasn't changed, but, hey, there's a new exterior color!
How about an awesome, all-electric, all-terrain vehicle? Nikola, the company planning to build a zero-emission semi-truck fueled by hydrogen, has one.
And, finally, do you think of yourself as a clean-energy baller? The term has some interesting origins, which was why we were surprised it headlines a new Department of Energy campaign for electric cars.
The influential Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has named the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica minivan a Top Safety Pick+, which is huge for family buyers.
Finally, U.S. regulators have taken a major step toward allowing self-driving cars, with the Department of Transportation issuing new guidelines for how and where they will be operated and regulated.