Today, we review the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid, Chrysler reportedly plans to unveil a new electric car at CES, and Porsche may have used an illegal emissions-cheating "defeat device" in its gasoline cars

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Chrysler will reveal a new electric car at CES in January, possibly an electric version of the Pacifica minivan, according to a new report.

A Nissan Leaf electric car turns up in an unlikely place: a central Oregon ski shop.

Find out why jobs at Tesla's Fremont, California, factory could soon exceed levels from its previous incarnation as a General Motors-Toyota joint venture.

Check out the best deals on hybrids, plug-in hybrids, electric cars, and fuel-efficient gasoline cars for December 2016.

Volkswagen launches its "Electrify America" website to solicit proposals for its $2 billion zero-emission vehicle infrastructure effort, required as part of the 2.0-liter diesel settlement approved in October.

In addition to being implicated in the ongoing Volkswagen diesel scandal, Porsche may have used an illegal "defeat device" in its gasoline cars as well, a new report claims.

The Rinspeed Oasis is an autonomous urban electric car concept that will appear at CES and the Detroit Auto Show in January.

The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime turned out to be a better plug-in hybrid than we expected when drove it in California at the press launch. Find out if its virtues held up after real-world use in less temperate climes.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is among a roster of executives from Silicon Valley set to meet with president-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday, according to news reports.

We compare two retro small cars: the Mini Cooper and Volkswagen Beetle.

Finally, startup Rivian Automotive is reportedly in talks to purchase the former Mitsubishi plant in Normal, Illinois, as a production site for its proposed fuel-efficient sports car.


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