Today, we've updated our list of electric cars on sale this year with more than 100 miles of range, nodded to Norway as its drivers reserve a future electric Mercedes, honed in on the very fast charging in the Porsche Mission E, and flagged the catch in a rumored new EV policy from China. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Norway has long been a hotbed of electric-car buying, which is why its drivers can make reservations for the Mercedes-Benz EQC electric SUV, coming in 2019, before those in any other country.

There are no fewer than nine separate battery-electric cars with more than 100 miles of range on the market this year; we've updated last fall's list with the latest information.

Did you know that GM builds the Chevy Bolt EV electric car and Chevrolet Sonic subcompact on the same assembly line?

A report that China may let foreign makers build electric cars without local partnerships turns out to contain one very big catch; we explain what it is.

Wrapping up our coverage of last week's Frankfurt auto show, we have more details on the 2020 Porsche Mission E and its very fast charging.

The Mitsubishi e-Evolution concept coming to next week's Tokyo auto show may be an electric or electrified coupe-like small SUV.

Finally, while less expensive cars can save you money, not all cheap cars offer great lease deals. Some are downright bad, in fact.


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