Today, find out what Volkswagen plans to do with the diesel cars it reacquires in buybacks, how the White House plans to stimulate deployment of zero-emission vehicles, and how the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) judges automakers' performance in meeting fuel-economy standards. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

See why the head of the influential Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association believes the rest of the world will follow Norway's lead on electric cars.

Two Congressmen join the chorus of voices questioning the $2 billion in funds for electric-car charging included in the Volkswagen diesel settlement.

Missouri regulators indicate electric-car charging stations should be treated like pay phones. Here's why that is important.

Automakers achieved record-high fuel economy for the 2015 model year, according to a new EPA report.

A New Jersey electric-car advocacy group launches as gas taxes in the state soar.

What will Volkswagen do with the diesel cars it buys back? The answer may not be what you think.

How does the Chevrolet Bolt EV compare to the Tesla Model S 60? Motor Trend lays it out.

The White House today announced a range of actions intended to stimulate and speed up the deployment of zero-emission electric vehicles in the U.S., including designation of 48 electric-car charging corridors along highways.

The 2017 Hyundai Elantra Sport is a more performance-oriented version of Hyundai's recently-redesigned compact sedan.

Finally, General Motors may have a partnership with Lyft, but it will now rent cars to drivers for rival Uber as well.


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