Today, the Nissan Leaf S base model gets the same 30-kilowatt-hour battery pack previous offered only on higher trim levels, Germany contemplates a ban on sales of new internal-combustion cars after 2030, and automakers show more interest in the Formula E electric-car race series. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The Nissan Leaf S quietly gets the same 30-kWh battery upgrade as higher-level versions of the Leaf, along with a price increase.

Air Liquide launches a locator app for the limited number of hydrogen fueling stations currently open to the public in the U.S.

Formula E is attracting more interest from large carmakers, including Jaguar, Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz.

German legislators call for a ban on the sale of new vehicles with internal-combustion engines in the country after 2030.

Apple may be experimenting with hollow-core lithium-ion battery cells. Here's why that is significant, whether the company's rumored electric car comes to fruition or not.

Check out the best deals on hybrid cars, plug-in electric cars, and fuel-efficient gasoline cars for October 2016.

Which country or region will make the most electric cars in 2025? That was the question asked in our latest poll.

German officials call Tesla's Autopilot driver-assist system a "traffic hazard," citing what it views as several faults that could pose safety risks.

Finally, learn about the inner workings of a Formula E electric race car in this video.


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