Today, Shell predicts oil demand could peak by 2020, automakers use the loose definitions of different SUV categories to make meeting fuel-economy standards easier, and Faraday Future backer LeEco runs out of cash. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Faraday Future backer LeEco is running out of cash, the company's CEO recently admitted in a letter to employees.

While other oil-industry stakeholders remain confident in the longevity of fossil fuels, Shell predicts oil demand could peak by 2020.

What kind of vehicle are you driving? Is it a car, crossover, SUV, or truck? Here's why the difference matters.

See how cotton can fool the equipment tracking China's horrific air quality.

Nissan and Toyota are worried about a slowdown in U.S. new-car sales. Find out what has these two large Japanese automakers feeling pessimistic.

Finally, the Buick Velite concept debuting at the 2016 Guangzhou Motor Show later this month could preview a new plug-in hybrid for the Chinese market.


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