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Recharge Wrap-up: QR code hints at Tesla Supercharger in Mexico, Lyft tests scheduling


Filed under: Green,Tesla,Renault,Green Automakers,Transportation Alternatives,Smartphone,Electric A QR code reveals Tesla's Mexican Supercharger plans.

Tesla loses fight to open second store in North Carolina


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Tesla The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles denies Tesla the right to open a second gallery in the state, saying local, independent dealers could do it.

Updated VW e-Golf will have maybe 124 miles of real-world range


Filed under: Green,Volkswagen,Electric Thanks to better battery cells, the facelifted VW e-Golf should have a real-world range of around 124 miles when it arrives this fall.

BMW i gets in on ridesharing with Scoop investment


Filed under: Green,BMW,Electric The app lets carpoolers find each other and share rides to and from work.

Almost all GM models will have stop-start option by 2020


Filed under: Green,GM,Fuel Efficiency General Motors will offer a stop-start option on nearly all models by the end of the decade.

Lexus CT 200h could be replaced by sub-compact hybrid CUV


Filed under: Green,Lexus,Crossover,Hatchback,Hybrid,Luxury The small crossover is likely to be based on the Toyota C-HR.

2017 Acura NSX No. 1 just rolled off the line in Ohio


Filed under: Design/Style,Green,Plants/Manufacturing,Acura,Coupe,Hybrid,Performance,Supercars The 2017 Acura NSX is live and in production.

Recharge Wrap-up: GKN electric AWD, $8,500 for Tesla brake repair


Filed under: Green,BMW,Tesla,Alternative Fuels,Green Automakers,Transportation Alternatives,Auto Repair,Maintenance,Electric,Hydrogen A Tesla Model S owner was quoted $8,500 to fix his brakes.

Hyperloop pods will be coated in Vibranium. No, really.


Filed under: Green,Transportation Alternatives,Future Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has announced a new technology that uses sensors that monitor stability, temperature and integrity of its pods.

VW invests $300M in global ridesharing company Gett


Filed under: Green,Volkswagen,Transportation Alternatives Continue reading VW invests $300M in global ridesharing company Gett VW invests $300M in global ridesharing company Gett originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 24 May 2016 17:15:00 EDT.

Recharge Wrap-up: Company to lease Tesla Model 3 for each employee, new Apple store for cars?


Filed under: Green,Rumormill,Videos,Misc. Automakers,Tesla,Green Automakers,Technology,Electric Apple's new SF store could accommodate cars.

Toyota partners with Uber for ridesharing, leasing


Filed under: Green,Ownership,Toyota,Transportation Alternatives,Emerging Technologies,Technology Each carmaker is looking for a suitable ridesharing companion, it seems.

Germany finds 'suspiciously high' CO2 levels after retests


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Emissions,Germany,Diesel More than half of the diesel models that Germany has retested had higher-than-expected CO2 levels.

Thousands watch car get parking ticket live in Los Angeles


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Humor,Ownership,Videos,Weird Car News,Nissan,Green Driving,Driving,North America,Electric Thirteen thousand people watched a live stream yesterday of an illegally parked car as they waited for parking enforcement to ticket the offending auto.

Mercedes planning four new EV models, including two SUVs


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Mercedes-Benz,Germany,Electric,Future,Luxury Outgoing R&D head Thomas Weber hints at four new Mercedes-Benz EVs that should arrive by 2020, just after Germany announces some nice electric incentives.

VW investors want independent probe of diesel scandal


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Volkswagen,Diesel Three European investor groups call for Volkswagen to launch an independent probe into VW's diesel-emissions scandal.

Germany threatens to ban FCA vehicles over diesel emissions dispute


Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Chrysler,Dodge,Fiat,Jeep,RAM,Emissions,Europe,Germany,Diesel FCA is the latest automaker accused of cheating on diesel emissions tests.

Energica debuts its naked Eva in California


Filed under: Green,Videos,United States,Motorcycle,Electric The Italian electric motorcycle maker Energica is setting up shop in San Francisco, and shows off its latest bike with California tour.

Dad pranks kid using Tesla's summon feature


Filed under: Green,Humor,Videos,Weird Car News,Tesla,Green Automakers,Safety,Emerging Technologies,Electric The YouTube account Tesla Motor Fans uploaded a 30-second clip of a boy being pranked by his father in a Tesla Model S.

Hyundai planning 250-mile electric vehicle by 2020


Filed under: Green,Marketing/Advertising,Hyundai,AutoblogGreen Exclusive,Electric Until plug-in vehicle buyers stop caring about all-electric range - and who knows when that might happen - the distance an EV can travel on a full charge will remain an important selling point.


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