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Arnold Schwarzenegger unveils the electric Mercedes-Benz G-Class of his dreams

Filed under: Celebrities,Green,Videos,Mercedes-Benz,Green Culture,SUV,Electric,Off-Road Arnold finally combines his loves of luxury off-roaders and clean energy.

SimpleFuel home H2 fueling system wins $1M H2 Refuel H-Prize

Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Alternative Fuels,Technology,Hydrogen This hydrogen fueling station fits in your garage.

Elon Musk says to expect 'major' Tesla hardware revisions almost annually

Filed under: Etc.,Green,Tesla For Tesla, the only constant is change. Continue reading Elon Musk says to expect 'major' Tesla hardware revisions almost annually Elon Musk says to expect 'major' Tesla hardware revisions almost annually originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 23 Jan 2017 11:30:00 EST.

Federal government names 10 autonomous testing sites

Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,United States,Autonomous The US Department of Energy chooses the 10 sites, including two in California and others in Michigan, Iowa and Pennsylvania, where testing of autonomous vehicles can take place.

Watch an autonomous Chevy Bolt EV drive around San Francisco

Filed under: Green,Videos,Chevrolet,United States,Emerging Technologies,Crossover,Hatchback,Autonomous,Electric In addition to San Francisco, GM and Cruise are testing autonomous Bolts in Arizona and Michigan.

Ford will start plug-in hybrid Transit van trial in London this fall

Filed under: Green,Ford,UK,Electric,Hybrid Ford, UK officials will test plug-in hybrid vans in London.

A practical winner | Long-range Renault Zoe EV First Drive

Filed under: Green,Renault,First Drives Forget the battery? Sure. Continue reading A practical winner | Long-range Renault Zoe EV First Drive A practical winner | Long-range Renault Zoe EV First Drive originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 20 Jan 2017 13:54:00 EST.

Tesla Model S 100D goes 335 miles per charge

Filed under: Green,Tesla,Green Automakers,Electric Dropping the 'P' adds miles to your range and saves you almost $40,000.

Czech Republic and S. Korea are the latest to join the hyperloop race

Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Videos,Transportation Alternatives,Emerging Technologies,Technology HTT wants to create an international connection, but Korea wants to develop hyperloop first.

Renault unveils new Kangoo ZE and Master ZE electric commercial vehicles

Filed under: Green,Renault,Commercial Vehicles,Electric Renault's new electric vans provide more range and new connected services to commercial customers.

NHTSA closing Tesla Autopilot fatality investigation

Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Tesla,Safety,Emerging Technologies,Autonomous,Electric The six-month probe into a fatal crash in Florida has come to an end.

Diginow Super Charger V2 opens up Tesla destination chargers to other EVs

Filed under: Green,Videos,Tesla,Motorcycle,Electric While building a better charger for electric motorcycles, Diginow opened the door for non-Tesla vehicles to take advantage of the vast Tesla destination charger network.

Faraday Future FF91 could be very, very expensive

Filed under: Green,Misc. Automakers,Green Automakers,Autonomous,Electric,Future We can expect FF's "Tesla killer" to be somewhat cheaper here in the US.

Lyft co-founders have a plan to eliminate traffic immediately

Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Transportation Alternatives,Driving,United States The creation of "smart lanes" would greatly ease congestion.

Dendrobium is an electric hypercar from Singapore set to debut in Geneva

Filed under: Green,Videos,Geneva Motor Show,Misc. Automakers,Green Automakers,Electric,Supercars Vanda Electrics and Williams F1 are teasing Singapore's first electric hypercar ahead of its Geneva debut.

Tesla moves gearbox and electric motor production to Gigafactory

Filed under: Green,Plants/Manufacturing,Tesla,Green Automakers,Electric,Luxury Trump isn't the only one tweeting car news.

Daimler, Toyota, BMW to lead $10-billion hydrogen investment

Filed under: Auto News,Green,BMW,Honda,Hyundai,Mercedes-Benz,Toyota,Hydrogen Hydrogen infrastructure takes a leap forward.

Self-driving cars could be a boon for Americans with disabilities

Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Transportation Alternatives,Emerging Technologies,Technology,Autonomous New research recommends truly driverless, highly autonomous cars.

BMW is about to start building model year 2017 diesel cars for the US

Filed under: Green,Plants/Manufacturing,BMW,AutoblogGreen Exclusive,Germany,United States,Diesel BMW, whose diesel-certification efforts were delayed last year, is getting ready to make diesel-powered cars and SUVs bound for America.

A Chinese battery maker is muscling into the EV scene

Filed under: Green,Plants/Manufacturing,China,Electric China's CATL surpasses LG Chem in li-ion battery production, and BYD, Panasonic, and Tesla could be next.