Today, Lucid Motors selects Arizona as the location for the factory that will build its luxury electric car, four automakers collaborate on a DC fast-charging network for Europe, and Mazda executives indicate the Japanese automaker will launch an electric car in 2019. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Nevada treasurer Tim Schwartz and Faraday Future backer Jia Yueting spar over the financial health of the latter's LeEco tech empire.

Elon Musk says Tesla will roll out an Autopilot software update in December. Will promised self-driving capabilities follow soon after?

The 2017 Nissan Leaf carries over into the new model year virtually unchanged, as Nissan prepares a second-generation model for launch in the near future.

President-elect Donald Trump nominated former labor secretary Elaine Chao to be his secretary of transportation yesterday.

Mazda may offer an electric car in 2019, possibly with at least the option of a range-extending gasoline engine.

BMW, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, and the Volkswagen Group will work together on a network of DC fast-charging stations for Europe's major highways.

Lucid Motors plans to build an electric-car factory in Casa Grande, Arizona, and is targeting 2018 as the start date for production.

The Smart ForTwo minicar sounded like an appealing idea when it first appeared in Europe in 1998, but has it made a difference in North America?

We compare the Mazda 3 and Volkswagen Golf compact hatchbacks.

Finally, the 2017 BMW 5-Series wagon will likely be offered with the same plug-in hybrid powertrain available in the sedan, but probably won't be sold in the U.S.


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