Today, Tesla debuts a larger PowerWall 2.0 energy-storage battery pack, Mercedes-Benz plans to launch 10 electric cars by 2025, and Faraday Future teases the electric car it will unveil at CES in January. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

In case you missed it, we have news on Volkswagen diesel buybacks, the 2017 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell, and the 2018 Volkswagen Atlas in our Week in Reverse feature.

A hydrogen fuel-cell train will begin testing in Germany next year. Could it prove a worthwhile alternative to current electric trains?

Mercedes-Benz plans to launch 10 new electric cars by 2025 under its new EQ sub-brand.

We still don't know much about the Faraday Future electric car debuting at CES in January, but we do have this short teaser video.

New emissions-testing rules are leading some carmakers to switch to bigger engines in Europe, but why?

Reinforcing the relationship between the two companies, Elon Musk debuted a bigger Tesla PowerWall 2.0 energy-storage battery pack alongside glass solar-roof tiles from Solar City.

After only emphasizing plug-in electric cars, China plans to promote hybrids as part of a broad policy to reduce emissions.

Toyota is resistant to the idea of battery-electric cars, but a claim that it has "tamed" lithium-ion battery cells indicates the carmaker may be moderating its position.

The Takata airbag scandal recently took a strange turn as one Florida car dealer sued another for allegedly selling cars with recalled airbags.

Finally, Mercedes plans to overhaul its lineup of internal-combustion engines, with an emphasis on increased efficiency.


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