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2012 Tesla Model S beta vehicle, Fremont, CA, October 2011Today, we look at battery degradation of the course of the life of a Tesla Model S electric car, how Honda's fuel-cell vehicle could preview future battery-electric and plug-in hybrid models, and the first hint at Nissan's electric 2015 Tokyo Motor Show concept. All this and more on Green Car Reports. Check out drives of the 2016 Honda Civic and...


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2013 Volkswagen Golf BlueMotion (European model), 2012 Paris Motor ShowThe ongoing Volkswagen diesel-emissions scandal has, to say the least, exposed weaknesses in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) testing regime. VW was able to get away with installing "cheat" software on 482,000 cars from model years 2009 to 2015. But it wasn't until independent researchers tested one of these cars that the deception...


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Nissan electric car concept debuting at 2015 Tokyo Motor ShowAs we head out to the Tokyo Motor Show, the teaser photos and previews are starting to come in thick and fast. One from late last week was a shadowy image issued by Nissan of an autonomous electric concept car, which is scheduled to debut Tuesday night at 8 pm Eastern (or 9 am the next day in Tokyo). At least one report suggests the concept will...


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Honda FCVIn less than two days, Honda will officially reveal the production version of its hydrogen fuel-cell sedan at the Tokyo Motor Show. The company released two photos late last month that show the car and its interior, following its FCEV and FCV Concepts over the past two years. But revealing the fuel-cell car--which will compete with the 2016 Toyota...


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2016 Nissan LeafWhen it comes to electric cars, one of the biggest fears for potential customers is range anxiety in general--but for many, it's specifically their cold-weather range. Batteries lose efficiency in colder temperatures, something that only heightens the range anxiety many potential buyers feel acutely. But, it turns out, internal-combustion cars...


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Oslo street scene: Nissan Leaf, Volkswagen e-Golf, Tesla Model S, July 2015Norway has firmly established itself as the most friendly country in the world for electric cars. Cars with plugs account for a higher percentage of sales there than anywhere else. But the Scandinavian country may soon take even more aggressive steps to reduce its transportation-related carbon emissions. DON'T MISS: Norway's Goal: All New Cars...


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2013 Tesla Model S owned by David Noland, Catskill Mountains, NY, Oct 2015Last summer, I wrote in this space about an apparent loss of battery capacity in my 2013 Tesla Model S after a three-month Supercharging binge. I wondered whether, despite assurances from Tesla Motors, the two events might have been related. My doubts had started when I noticed that, after a 210-mile trip, the car’s data readout told me I...


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