Today, Tesla Network may be the name of a new ride-sharing service from the Silicon Valley carmaker, the judge overseeing the Volkswagen diesel settlement may soon grant final approval of an agreement covering 2.0-liter 4-cylinder TDI cars, and the 2017 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell is rated at 366 miles of range by the EPA. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

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What do you think of the idea of all-electric supersonic aircraft? Here's one proposal arguing how they might be possible.

Is Tesla planning a ride-sharing service with the Tesla Network name? A disclaimer related to recently-announced hardware upgrades hints at that possibility.

The judge in charge of the Volkswagen diesel settlement said he was inclined to grant final approval of the agreement for 2.0-liter 4-cylinder cars, and that his decision would come this week.

Could this be the 2019 BMW i5 crossover? Renderings based on leaked patent drawings provide an indication of what BMW's next "i" model could look like.

Toyota will begin delivering hydrogen fuel-cell buses in Japan next year, with the goal of putting 100 on the road in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Faraday Future will unveil its first production electric car at CES in January.

The 2017 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell is rated at 366 miles of range by the EPA, outstripping all other fuel-cell and battery-electric cars currently sold in the U.S.

Hear why one Volkswagen diesel owner is opting out of the class-action settlement for 2.0-liter TDI cars.

The Kia Soul and Honda Fit are both boxy small cars with remarkable interior space, but with markedly different characters. Find out how they compare.

Finally, Ford, Jaguar Land Rover, and Tata conduct joint tests of new technology features, including a "Green Light Optimal Speed Advisory" system meant to improve traffic flow and, in turn, reduce emissions.


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