Jeep confirms a Renegade plug-in hybrid is coming. The Audi e-tron GT electric sport coupe may charge in just 12 minutes. President Trump is expected to lift a ban on E15 ethanol in summer gasoline. A United Nations report says catastrophic climate effects could surface by 2040. And Tesla runs away in the latest update to plug-in sales. All of this and more on Green Car Reports.
FCA has confirmed it will build a Jeep Renegade plug-in hybrid. The model will launch sometime in early 2020.
The Audi e-tron GT, a future electric sport coupe, will charge in just 12 minutes, according to a new report. The electric car will likely share the Porsche Taycan's J1 platform to handle the fast-charging rate.
A new report from the UN says terrible climate effects could take hold by 2040—much earlier than previous estimates. Damages due to coastal flooding, droughts, and more could cost $54 trillion.
Electric cars and plug-in vehicles saw modest sales increases in Q3 2018, but no other model compared to the Tesla Model 3.
Faraday Future has entered a dispute with a key investor—the latest in a long line of financial troubles for the startup electric carmaker, which aims to build a $300,000 electric luxury machine.
The 2018 Kia Rio has added safety tech that earns an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award