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European automakers ask for more time to make better, cleaner cars


Filed under: Government/Legal, Green, Emissions, EuropeEuropean automakers want proposed CO2 emissions regulations for 2025 to be pushed back a further five years.

June 2015: Summertime blues edition


Filed under: By the Numbers, Green, United States, Diesel, Electric, HybridUS green-car sales in June fall from a year earlier as Toyota, General Motors demand suffers.

Two Uber executives ordered to stand trial in France


Filed under: Government/Legal, Green, Transportation Alternatives, EuropeFor 'deceptive commercial practices,' two Uber France managers have been ordered to stand trial.

BMW shows off 245-hp, hydrogen-powered 5 Series GT


Filed under: Green, BMW, Alternative Fuels, Hatchback, Electric, LuxuryBMW is using the 5 Series as a test bed for its hydrogen fuel cell systems, which deliver up to 245 all-electric horsepower and can travel 300 miles per tank.

Meet the two fastest cars at Pikes Peak 2015


Filed under: Green, Motorsports, Videos, Electric, RacingWe catch up with the men behind the two fastest car at Pikes Peak 2015, both of which happen to be electric, and get some engineering insight.

Recharge Wrap-up: liquid-cooled Tesla Supercharger, Acenta+ Leaf


Filed under: Green, Videos, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Tesla, Renault, Alternative Fuels, Biodiesel, Diesel, ElectricSee the new Tesla Supercharger in thermal imaging.

Consumer Reports finds some new cars burn too much oil


Filed under: Green, Ownership, MaintenanceIn an annual survey of car owners, significant numbers reported what Consumer Reports considered to be excessive oil consumption.

BMW 1 Series prototype packs direct water injection


Filed under: Green, BMW, Technology, Hatchback, Concept CarsBMW furthers development of its direct water injection system by fitting it to a three-cylinder 1 Series hatchback, complete with an on-board water recuperation system.

BMW electrifies the 2 Series Active Tourer with a plug-in prototype


Filed under: Green, BMW, Europe, Technology, Hatchback, Concept Cars, HybridBMW shows a 2 Series Active Tourer plug-in hybrid prototype at its Innovation Days.

Tesla prioritizing Superchargers for long-distance drivers


Filed under: Green, Tesla, Driving, Technology, ElectricTesla seems to be adjusting its Supercharger policy to advise users that the sites are meant for long-distance drives, rather than regular recharges.

Nissan axing Pathfinder Hybrid from 2016 lineup


Filed under: Green, Plants/Manufacturing, Infiniti, Nissan, Crossover, SUV, Hybrid, LuxuryNissan is dropping the Pathfinder Hybrid from the company's lineup for the 2016 model year.

Tesla Model S deliveries up 52 percent; 11,507 units in 2Q


Filed under: Green, TeslaTesla's second-ever official sales announcement shows that the company delivered 11,507 Model S EVs in the second quarter of 2015.

2015 Supermileage winner hits 2,098 mpg


Filed under: Green, Fuel Efficiency, CanadaQuebec's Université Laval wins the SAE International Supermileage contest.

Electric cars can be dirtier than regular gas engines


Filed under: Green, Ownership, Emissions, Fuel Efficiency, Green Culture, Driving, ElectricSome electric vehicles cause so much more environmental damage than traditional gas engines that they should be hit with more taxes, not subsides.

Recharge Wrap-up: Lego Tesla logo, BMW goes electric in Singapore


Filed under: Green, Toys/Games, Videos, BMW, Tesla, Technology, ElectricMan builds giant Tesla logo out of Legos.

San Antonio mulling $80M electric trolley fleet


Filed under: Green, Transportation Alternatives, Commercial Vehicles, ElectricSan Antonio might mix the modern with the classic through an $80-million project to have as many as 80 electric trolleys with classic styling servicing the city.

Japanese automakers will seriously subsidize hydrogen fuel stations


Filed under: Green, Honda, Nissan, Toyota, Alternative Fuels, Japan, Emerging Technologies, Technology, HydrogenHonda, Toyota, and Nissan are partnering in Japan to offer up to $90,000 a year per station to subsidize the operation of hydrogen refueling stations.

Nissan Leaf, Chevy Volt both down in June


Filed under: Green, Chevrolet, Nissan, HybridSales for the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt are down for the first six months of 2015, with the June results not doing anything to help reverse the trend.

Will VW's rumored 186-mile EV battery be enough?


Filed under: Green, Volkswagen, Emerging Technologies, Technology, ElectricVolkswagen chairman Martin Winterkorn says the company is prepping a battery with a 186-mile range, which is more than double the current e-Golf.

2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid starts at $26,825


Filed under: Green, Hyundai, Sedan, HybridHyundai has announced the prices of the 2016 Sonata Hybrid.


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