Today, Tesla upgrades sensors and hardware in an effort to equip its electric cars for autonomous driving, LG Chem makes a claim about Chevrolet Bolt EV sales, and a Kia executive says the automaker will launch its first hydrogen fuel-cell car around 2020. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Tesla claims upgrades to sensors and hardware in its electric cars will allow for full-autonomous driving in the future.
A Texas auto-dealer group's claim about consumer savings is declared false by fact-checking site Politifact.
Leaked patent drawings reveal possible future Volkswagen electric concept cars.
Royal Dutch Shell aims to pay $26 million for an unused ethanol plant that cost $500 billion to build.
The Mercedes-Benz S550e plug-in hybrid will use a Qualcomm Halo wireless-charging system, manufactured by a third party.
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The Tesla Model X is among our nominees for the Green Car Reports' 2017 Best Car To Buy award. Do you think it should win?
Kia plans to boost offerings of hybrid and plug-in electric cars, as well as add its first fuel-cell model around 2020.
LG Chem expects General Motors to sell "more than 30,000" Chevrolet Bolt EV electric cars next year. We have some clarification about what that statement could mean.
What nations do you think of as leaders in renewable energy? See why Scotland is one of them.
Quick Chek convenience stores in New York's Hudson Valley are the latest sites to host Tesla Supercharger DC fast-charging stations.
It's not often that a new car brand comes around. Lynk & Co. was created by Volvo owner Geely to target Millennials.
Finally, Nissan completes its acquisition of a 34-percent stake in Mitsubishi, effectively giving it control of the smaller automaker.