Today, a name for a future electric car, an energy debate in a small state, and a possible way to turn greenhouse gases into vehicle fuel. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

We first saw the Audi e-tron Quattro Concept at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. Now we learn the production electric car will be named simply Audi e-tron.

Everyone assumes regulation is the only thing driving car companies to build cleaner, more efficient cars. But what if investors insist on it too?

Rhode Island, our smallest state, is considering a question with very big implications: natural gas or renewable energy?

It shouldn't be a huge surprise that the 2017 Chevy Bolt EV is one of our Green Car Reports 2017 Best Car To Buy nominees.

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory accidentally discovered a catalyst that converts carbon dioxide into ethanol.

Want a fuel-efficient hatchback? We compare the small Honda Fit to the mid-size Toyota Prius, weighing their pros and cons.

Finally, Mercedes-Benz has denied a published quote by an executive that its future self-driving cars would prioritize the safety of their occupants over that of any other living creature.



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