BMW says it will be first to lease a wireless inductive charging system in the U.S. Edmunds' Tesla Model 3 is still brought down by various electrical problems. The EPA watchdog says overturning fuel-economy regulations requires a review. And the results are in for our latest Twitter poll asking readers which Model 3 they would order or have ordered. All of this and more on Green Car Reports.
The BMW 530e will be first to take advantage of the make's new wireless inductive charging system in the U.S. The system should reach U.S. customers by the end of 2018.
It's not positive news for Edmunds' Tesla Model 3. The electric car continues to fall victim to recurring problems with the car's electronics, focused on the center touchscreen.
The EPA watchdog has declared director Scott Pruitt's signature decisions at the agency will require a review. They include a decision to limit scheduled tightening of emissions and fuel-economy standards.
The results are in for our latest Twitter poll. We asked readers which Tesla Model 3 they would order or have ordered. Perhaps unsurprisingly, few are salivating over base models.
A new study has named Toyota the most valuable car brand, overtaking Mercedes-Benz.
Finally, Uber will add a panic button to help riders summon 911.