Today, the Volkswagen diesel settlement for 2.0-liter cars receives final approval, the 2017 Mini Countryman crossover appears ahead of the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, and Atieva changes its name to Lucid Motors, but continues with plans for a sporty electric car. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Atieva is now Lucid Motors, and it claims to be preparing a 300-mile, 900-horsepower electric luxury sedan for production.

Electric cars pose a "resoundingly negative" threat to oil companies, according to analyst Fitch Ratings. But will the oil companies heed that warning?

The final Volkswagen diesel settlement for 2.0-liter 4-cylinder cars received final approval from a federal judge, clearing the way for buyback offers to start.

Jersey City, New Jersey, just got a lot friendlier for electric-car drivers, thanks to the installation of curbside charging stations.

BMW touts the redesigned 2017 Mini Countryman as the "biggest Mini yet." It's also the first with a plug-in hybrid powertrain option.

Now that the Volkswagen diesel settlement has been approved, a battle is beginning over how $2 billion in funding for electric-car charging will be spent.

Toyota, Lexus, and Buick topped Consumer Reports' list of most reliable car brands.

Finally, would you fly in an autonomous aircraft? In Silicon Valley, Airbus is developing a single-seat aircraft that can in fly itself.


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