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It's A Business Decision, He Says

Kenneth Feinberg has to wait for VW to have a diesel engine emissions fix before he can begin accepting compensation claims from owners. Once that process begins, he expects most people to accept his offer.

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Part Of Navy Plan To Use 50 Percent Alternative Fuels By 2020

The ships of Carrier Strike Group 3 will be the first members of the USN's Great Green Fleet, relying on nuclear power and biofuels on its upcoming deployment.

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Ford is thinking about allowing drivers to remove a rear wheel and attach it to an electric unicycle. Yes, we're serious. There's a patent and everything.

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EPA Finds They're Boosting Fuel Economy Faster Than Other Segments

Pickups and larger SUVs have the worst fuel economy of any vehicle types measured in a new report from the Environmental Protection Agency. But before beating up on these gas guzzlers too much, know that's only half the story.

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Improvements On CO2 Emissions Also Plateau, But It's Not All Bad News

Fuel economy and emissions levels for the nation's automakers showed no improvement year over year, according to the latest numbers released by the Environmental Protection Agency. But that doesn't mean manufacturer's are doing a bad job.

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US Military Could Pursue Exemption

The Paris COP21 deal could force the US military to reveal just how much carbon it emits each year, painting a better picture of America's overall emissions.

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Green Mountain Power Offers Deals On Home Energy Storage

A Vermont utility, Green Mountain Power, is offering Tesla Powerwalls to customers starting in January.

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Cars will be banned based on their license plate number, as China's authorities desperately try to curb record pollution levels in their capital city.

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Tesla is the latest automaker to say it won't be setting up a stand at the Detroit Auto Show.

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Tesla is lobbying Michigan's legislators to repeal the state's law against direct sales, but so far the efforts have not been successful.

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Provisions in House and Senate transportation bills would benefit CNG-powered vehicles. It isn't clear which, if any, of them will make it to the final legislation.

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And Other Interesting Tidbits From Its Earnings Call

During its earnings call with financial analysts following the release of its 2015 Q3 results, Tesla appeared unfazed by the news of cheap batteries being made available to GM, and also announced it would constrain Autopilot use.

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Bob Lutz has some not-so-nice things to say about Ferdinand Piech, going so far as to blame the former Volkswagen Group exec for the company's diesel woes.

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Volt Demand Offsets Some Of The Diesel Stench

Green-car sales stabilize a tad as Toyota Prius demand rises.

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Expect the new Chrysler Town & Country to not only feature a PHEV powertrain when it arrives in January, but looks that are inspired by the 200 sedan.

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Major changes could make Woodward Avenue, Detroit's unofficial main street, more friendly to pedestrians and cyclists.

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Volvo will rapidly expand its plug-in line across its entire range ahead of an all-new, all-electric car, set to launch before the end of the decade.

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We have our first look at the Chevy Bolt's interior, which features two screens and melds the look of the Volt and Sonic cabins.

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Also, VW's Diesel Scandal Is Apparently An American Conspiracy

European automakers don't think their diesels will be able to hit upcoming EU standards, so they're asking for a break. Whether legislators go along with it remains to be seen.

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Volvo is continuing its work on the new S90 sedan, bringing a basic, diesel-powered model to test out in the Spanish sunshine.

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Researchers discovered several vulnerabilities in the Tesla Model S that allowed the popular electric sedan to be hacked. They worked with the EV maker, and the holes have been patched.

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