Today, we've got first impressions of two plug-in electric cars (one is the Tesla Model 3); advice for condo residents on charging stations; used electric-car confusion; and a poll on 2017's most important green-car news story. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Our BMW i3 driver and contributor Tom Moloughney got the chance to get behind the wheel of a Tesla Model 3; we've got his first impressions.

As the end of the year barrels down, we launched a new poll to ask our Twitter followers what they thought was the most important green-car news story of 2017.

If you live in an apartment building or condo, we've got some advice on how you can get your Homeowners Association to let you install an electric-car charging station.

It turns out that used-car buyers are confused by electric cars when trying to evaluate them on price, value, range, and all the rest.

We only published our first drive of the 2018 Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid last week, but one of our readers bought one already. He shared his first impressions of his new car.

Yesterday we told you about the Nio ES8 all-electric SUV launching in China. Today, we learn that Nio is considering an IPO or selling a stake in itself to raise capital.

Finally, a study shows that Google Street View can predict your neighborhood's political leanings just by analyzing the vehicles it sees. It can now identify them by year, make, and model, you see. Hmmmmm.


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