Electric car chargers will soon be able to get a fast charge with a quart of milk at Walmarts across the country. Ford releases fuel economy numbers for the new diesel F-150, the Mazda CX-5 diesel is finally certified for sale in California, and a new plug-in hybrid for China signals a new approach to plug-ins for GM. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
With money from VW's diesel settlement, Walmarts across the country will get fast-charge stations for electric cars. Some will be really fast.
Ford releases some impressive fuel economy estimates for the new F-150 diesels. Others aren't quite so impressive.
The upcoming Buick Velite 6 in China signals a new, more flexible approach to plug-ins at General Motors.
California emissions certification for the Mazda CX-5 signals that the car may soon be on the way in the rest of the country.
Hyundai has cut $500 from the price of the 2018 Sonata Hybrid.
BMW's biggest battery will have 120-KWH capacity, over 400 miles of range.
Finally, following a Senate vote, Congress looks likely to repeal consumer protection regulation for auto loans.