Franchised dealers in multiple states have worked to block Tesla electric-car sales, because they view the company's practice of selling cars directly to customers as a threat to their business model.
Justice Department officials have uncovered evidence that would qualify VW's actions as criminal, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. Meanwhile, The proposed $15 billion settlement between the autoamker and regulators is winding toward final approval.
Consumer Reports said last week that proposed buyback amounts may undervalue the retail prices of certain Volkswagen diesel models affected by the automaker's diesel cheating fiasco.
Group purchases of cars to drive down the price has emerged as a way for electric-car advocates to accomplish several goals at once.
Nissan owns half the company that makes the battery cells for its electric cars, but reducing battery cost may be the most effective way to boost sales of Nissan Leaf vehicles.
You may have seen the renderings floating around the web, showing designs for a huge Chinese bus riding on rails over a multi-lane road. What a wild and wacky idea. Except that it's real.
The latest phase of Tesla's 'Master Plan' already includes a semi-truck, autonomous bus, pickup truck, and small crossover. But CEO Elon Musk is hinting at yet another new vehicle project.
The California Air Resources Board is preparing to test hardware and software modifications for all three varieties of VW and Audi 2.0-liter TDI models affected by Volkswagen's diesel emission cheating fallout.
Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment says it found online videos of Diesel Brothers stars demonstrating how to bypass a truck's emissions-control system, and advertising 'repair kits' meant for that purpose.
A study by Accenture Consulting finds that Millennials are generally more interested in solar panels and other forms of green technology than previous generations.
While not electric vehicles, Ford trucks are getting greener with the use of recycled aluminum material for parts and recycled plastic for seats.
A federal district-court judge gave preliminary approval yesterday to a plan for Volkswagen to buy back or modify hundreds of thousands of diesel vehicles sold from 2009 through 2015. The buyback offers could be a few more months away.
California, with its pioneering zero-emission vehicle sales requirements, has always occupied an outsize place in the sales charts.
The current fuel-cell landscape represents an important change from past efforts to promote hydrogen cars.
Volkswagen is starting the process of atoning and compensating for Volkswagen's use of illegal 'defeat device' software, but it likely won't do much in the short term to rebuild consumers' trust in the German carmaker.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk revised and released the company's master plan last week, but analysts are skeptical that Tesla can achieve its lofty goals given the challenges the company faces at present.
Some Volkswagen diesel owners want their cars to go away, and will sell them back to the manufacturer that deceived them and lied to regulators. Others, though, still like their cars.
BMW seems to be the carmaker whose products and owners Tesla has successfully targeted, and the Bavarian company now offers the i3 electric minicar, as well as the pricey i8 sport coupe with its sexy bird-wing doors.
Concerns that compliance with US diesel emissions standards may compromise vehicle performance may keep a diesel version of the Mazda 6 sedan off of the US market.
Among 2017 hybrid sedans, the Accord Hybrid remains at the top, with higher fuel efficiency than the hybrid versions of the Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima, and Toyota Camry.