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Reveal could come this month, production in 2020.

The project is backed by the U.K. government.

It promises advanced technology, premium interiors and a peaceful drive.

The Leaf arrives on September 5.

... and set a new record.

The Lambo takes on a Model S, too.

SHANGHAI — Ford has plans for a joint venture with Chinese firm Anhui Zotye Automobile to build electric vehicles in China under a new brand, tapping into a boom for EVs in the world's top auto market. China, struggling with alarming pollution levels in major cities, is aggressively pushing plug-in vehicles and has poured in tens of billions in investment, research funding and subsidies, drawing many new automakers to launch projects. Tesla, Daimler AG and General Motors are among firms

Especially the Model 3.

Saving profiles in the cloud is convenient if a car has multiple drivers.

Ducati and Renk are in play, but VW's head of strategy says investment in EVs is the main focus.

Uber's board is expected to vote on a new CEO within two weeks.

Yes, it’s coming to the United States.

Surf's up, van up, whatever. The Bus returns in five years.

Take a quick lap around the web with us for bite-sized briefings on (ahem) current events.

Here's what else is happening in the green car world.

There are $1.6 billion and thousands of new jobs on the line.

Is VW building hype prior to a production announcement?

It's encouraging to see.

The second rumored McLaren Ultimate Series car in a month.

This is where they take some profits.

The President's Advisory Council on Infrastructure will never get off the ground.

"The President's Advisory Council on Infrastructure, which was still being formed, will not move forward."

An announcement is expected at Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

Passenger and commercial versions are possible.

Formula E involvement aids development and marketing.

"Where there is smoke, there is fire."

Father of the modern SUV, honored in the Automotive Hall of Fame

It and Toyota are coming to EVs a bit late in the game.

Of course, GM owns a piece of Lyft and leases a lot of cars to drivers at both startups.

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