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2016 Tesla Model S updates, VW diesel deadline, subsidizing Uber: Today's Car News

Today, the 2016 Tesla Model S gets a styling update and other changes, Volkswagen and regulators struggle to agree on a diesel fix, and a Florida city subsidizes Uber. All this and more on Green Car Reports. The Tesla Model X is recalled to replace third-row seat backs after a problem was discovered during European safety testing. The 2016 Dodge...

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2016 Tesla Model S gets styling update, 48-amp charger, new interior options

The Tesla Model S electric car, which went into production in June 2012, is getting its first styling updates in almost four years. The Silicon Valley carmaker said that Model S luxury sedans produced starting today in its Fremont, California, assembly plant will have a new front-end design. Dispensing with the simulated oval "grille" of the...

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Do hybrid or electric supercars still have to roar to be taken seriously?

Fast hybrid and electric cars have shown they have the performance to match traditional sports cars and supercars. But they're often considered to be missing one oft-cited part of the supercar driving experience. That would be the engine roar, which of course is totally absent when you're driving on near-silent electric power. DON'T MISS: Rimac...

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Can VW, agencies meet April 21 diesel-fix deadline? EPA head not sure

Nine days remain until the deadline imposed by a judge for Volkswagen and two regulatory agencies to agree on the outline of a plan to modify vehicles affected by the diesel-emission scandal. That deadline was already postponed once, but whether VW, the EPA, and the powerful California Air Resources Board can come to an agreement on how to update...

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Tesla Model S: better electric stretch limo than Nissan Leaf?

On paper, the Tesla Model S seems like a good candidate for green-minded limousine operators. It's a luxury sedan, which is a common starting point for stretch-limousine conversions. It's also used in taxi and ride-sharing services, indicating it should be fit for more upscale duty. DON'T MISS: When Will The Presidential Limo Become A Tesla...

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Could Uber be the best form of mass transit: disruption or dysfunction?

A Florida city has become the nation's—and presumably the world's—first to subsidize Uber rides beginning or ending within its borders. Altamonte Springs, a suburb of Orlando, will cover 20 percent of any ride that starts or finishes within its city limits. Call Uber for a ride to SunRail, the region's commuter train system, in fact...

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Reusing electric-car batteries: great idea, lots of practical challenges

In theory, it's a wonderful concept: once their tenure in an electric car is over, lithium-ion battery packs with as much as 70 percent of their energy capacity remaining can be sold and reused. In practice, however—especially at scale—the idea turns out to have some practical challenges that must be overcome. At the simplest level, a...

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2016 Dodge Dart lineup cut to 3 models as small sedan simplifies

As part of its revised, five-year plan, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) announced in January that it will end production of its smallest sedan, the compact Dodge Dart. Along with the Chrysler 200 mid-size sedan, the Dart will be phased out rather than replaced, to free up production capacity for trucks and SUVs. Before that happens, though, FCA is...

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Tesla Model X recall to replace third-row seat backs after European safety test

Tesla Motors will recall 2,700 Model X electric crossover utility vehicles to replace seat backs in the third row after a recliner unexpectedly slipped during seat-strength tests. The vehicles in question were built prior to March 26, and are all located in the U.S. Tesla said in a letter e-mailed yesterday to owners that it discovered the...

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