Today, Tesla opens a gallery in Michigan, one of the states that bars it from actually selling cars to customers, automaker lobbyists fail to overturn EPA emissions rules, and BMW sets the goal of selling 100,000 plug-in cars next year. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Tesla still can't sell cars directly to Michigan, but it now has a display "gallery" in the state.

Auto industry lobbyists failed in a last-ditch effort to overturn EPA emissions rules.

Thinking of buying a 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV electric car? Then you should read the owner's manual recently issued by General Motors.

Tesla will recall around 7,000 accessory charging adapters due to a risk of overheating.

BMW plans to sell 100,000 plug-in cars in 2017. It took the company three years to sell its first 100,000.

Buried in a report on a completely different topic is a gloomy prediction for diesels. The report claims they will lose two-thirds of their current market share in the next 10 years.

General Motors will expand availability of its "Rear Seat Reminder" system, which is meant to prevent drivers from leaving small children or pets unattended in cars.

Finally, the 2018 Holden Commodore sedan debuts in Australia. It will come to the U.S. as the next-generation Buick Regal, with the 9-speed automatic transmission unveiled by GM this week.


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