Today, Volkswagen plans to build electric cars in North America, the 2018 Ford Fiesta debuts in Europe, and four capital cities agree to ban diesel vehicles by 2025. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

We have additional plug-in electric car sales figures for November 2016.

Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda will lead the automaker's new electric-car division, which is reportedly aiming to introduce a mass-market electric car by 2020.

The 2018 Ford Fiesta was unveiled in Europe this week, but Ford did not discuss plans for a U.S. launch.

Volkswagen plans to build electric cars somewhere in North America after 2020, as part of a larger plan to expand electric-car production.

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Jeremy Clarkson displayed his ignorance of electric cars in a recent interview promoting his new Amazon Prime show.

At a recent summit, the mayors of four capital cities agreed to ban diesel vehicles in their jurisdictions by 2025.

Two days ago, the Environmental Protection Agency issued a ruling that existing emissions standards for 2022 through 2025 should remain in place. But what will happen under the incoming Trump Administration?

The 2018 Toyota Camry mid-size sedan is teased ahead of the 2017 Detroit Auto Show. The Camry appears to have adopted some of the Prius hybrid's styling cues.

Finally, the 2017 Cadillac CT6 sedan will include a plug-in hybrid powertrain option. Cars with that powertrain will be imported from China.


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