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Today, again we have two Tesla stories, this time on Model Y "insanity" averted plus extended service plans; a VW executive pleads guilty; Toyota and Mazda hook up; and we get another 2018 Nissan Leaf electric car teaser image. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Toyota and Mazda announced they will cooperate on electric-car technologies, and build a U.S. assembly plant together.
If you choose to pay for Tesla's Extended Service Agreement, read the fine print carefully: there's a catch that our author David Noland didn't realize.
We've got another teaser image of the 2018 Nissan Leaf electric car, which is now only a month from its global unveiling.
The Tesla Model Y will use the Model 3 platform, according to CEO Elon Musk, who said he had been "reeled back" by his team from what would have been "insanity."
Wells Fargo forced some of its car-loan recipients to buy auto insurance they didn't need, pushing some into delinquency when they couldn't afford it, according to an internal audit.
Finally, the BMW X7 three-row crossover utility vehicle expected to be launched at next month's Frankfurt auto show may feature a hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain, according to reports.