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Bolt, Volt, Leaf all performed well last month.

US green-car sales jump 23 percent from a year earlier, while plug-in vehicle demand rises 61 percent.

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Just what is this "Comfort Package"?

Navigation, backup camera, memory seats are now optional on German's Model S.

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Blue Oval numbers may change results for last month's hybrid, plug-in sales.

GM, Nissan and Tesla gains are offset by Toyota's hybrid-sales declines in October.

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Fisher again takes to Twitter to reveal a little more of his new model.

Fisker's new company touts electric vehicle with a 400-mile single-charge range.

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The great equalizer among combustionless vehicles?

Mercedes prepares to tackle the premium electric vehicle market with a new name.

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Nissan and Scoot Networks have decided the future looks electric and on-demand.

The future of the auto industry is electric cars that we share and use as mobile storage batteries.

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Company gets serious in push to hit 2025 sales goals.

This is what has to happen for Audi to keep its promises.

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Daimler worked with Ford to shrink the size of the fuel-cell stack.

Mercedes-Benz will offer a plug-in hydrogen fuel-cell GLC compact crossover starting next year.

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Less Leaf demand, VW diesel stop-sale, Honda's sales lag are all culprits.

May's green-car sales dropped about 32 percent from a year earlier.

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New, semi-autonomous A8 confirmed for 2017.

Audi CEO Rupert Stadler dropped two big bombshells at the company's Annual General Meeting.

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Tesla sales do a 'hockey stick' in the Great White North

Tesla Model S sales in Canada jump in March, and leapfrog Chevrolet Volt's for the first-quarter lead.

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Ford will introduce Mondeo Hybrid, C-Max Plug-in Hybrid in China by next year.

Ford looks to meet China's emissions mandate, receive incentives, by broadening its advanced-powertrain fleet.

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Tear-down expert Munro & Associates analyzes BMW i3 plug-in and finds enough there to call it the best-engineered car in decades. Since the Ford Model T, in fact.

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Without getting into specifics, Porsche's marketing chief has indicated that more plug-in hybrids are in store for the German automaker. But just which model or models will be the next to plug into the grid?

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Forget Dueling Banjos. Audi is proposing "Dueling Motors" for its Audi A7 Sportback H-Tron Quattro concept vehicle. All in the name of appropriate pickup, of course.

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We all know that the letters GT stand for Gran Turismo, but tacking on another letter can evoke a different meaning altogether. GTO for Ferraris (or Pontiacs), GT-R for Nissan supercars, GTA for high-performance Alfa Romeos (or car-theft video games, or metropolitan Toronto)... The list goes on and on, but few are as familiar with the idea as Volkswagen, which uses the letters GTI for hot hatches, GTD for their diesel counterparts, and most recently, GTE for plug-in hybrids.

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One California state senator wants to make sure electric vehicles aren't just for the jewelry-rattlers anymore. California State Senator Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) proposed a bill last month that is designed to put plug-in vehicles within reach of those with more moderate incomes than your typical Tesla buyer. It's called the Charge Ahead California Initiative and the bill may cross Governor Jerry Brown's desk as soon as next month.

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Maybe Warren Buffett's bet on Chinese electric-vehicle maker BYD will pay off after all. That's because the Chinese government just made a commitment to buy lots of advanced-powertrain vehicles through its government-vehicle system in an effort to address the notorious pollution problem in China's largest cities, the Associated Press says, citing China's Xinhua News Agency.

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Plug-in vehicles are getting a lot more done during their proverbial senior year than hybrids ever did. IHS Automotive is poking holes into the theory that plug-in vehicles aren't selling as well by comparing them to hybrids at the same stage the technology's evolution. Turns out, the plug-ins come out substantially ahead.

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Maybe we've been going about this all wrong. Navigant Research says a recently introduced program in Connecticut that incentivizes dealers instead of EV customers could be effective because it changes the pressure points for electric vehicles. Navigant (formerly Pike) Research notes that the policy could push dealers to put a little more effort into marketing plug-in vehicles that have, in many cases, taken a back seat to more conventional vehicles largely because explaining the technology behin

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Aloha, indeed. While California will unsurprisingly add the most plug-in vehicles out of any state over the next decade, Hawaii will have the highest number of plug-ins as a percentage of overall vehicle sales. That's the one-sentence summary of a recent study from Navigant Research (formerly Pike Research), which estimates that plug-in sales will increase by about 19 percent a year through 2022. And, while such a pace represents a slowdown of sorts (plug-in sales through August jumped 89 percen

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