Today, we look at what may have happened to the once-touted Tesla Model X sales, cover a report on the future of Nissan Leaf battery cells, describe the electric cars based on the former Saab 9-3 that are now being built in China, and report on last month's plug-in electric car sales. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
We've got last month's plug-in electric car sales report, which we'll update over the next couple of days as more data comes in.
At one point, the Tesla Model X was expected to outsell the older Model S; that didn't happen, and we explained some theories as to why.
They've been a long time coming, but now we know what the NEVS 9-3 electric car looks like. (That's the one based on Saab vehicles that date back 15 years.)
Ever wonder what happens if a Hyundai Ioniq Electric runs completely out of battery charge? Now there's video to show the answer.
It appears that Nissan may sell its electric-car battery unit to a Chinese equity firm; we look at why that could happen.
How does a Chrysler Pacifica minivan compare on gas mileage against its plug-in electric sibling, the Pacifica Hybrid?
Finally, the latest BMW Art Car sparkles—literally—through augmented reality and some other neat technological tricks.