Today, two Tesla stories, a new diesel, a future electric Mini, and a look back at half a century of hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
With its new Chevrolet Cruze Diesel, Chevy thinks it can appeal to diesel-loving buyers left stranded by VW's pullback after its diesel emission scandal.
BMW has confirmed that it will sell an all-electric Mini in the future, most likely in about three years. (There's an electric X3 crossover utility coming too.)
Lexus has a new advertising tagline; once again, it plays on fears about electric cars. Hardly the first time either.
Fifty years ago this month, Chevy unveiled the Electrovan, the first-ever road vehicle powered by a fuel cell. What's happened in the half century that followed?
Tesla Motors has big plans to build half a million electric cars by the end of 2018—but can its assembly plant really do that?
Baffled by some of the technology in the dashboards of new cars? You're not alone, according to a new study from J.D. Power.
Finally, sometimes we can't keep up with Tesla's changes to its models, batteries, and specifications. RIP Tesla Model X 60D, apparently—after only three months.