Tesla Model 3 Rumors, Senate Biodiesel Push, Super-Quick Electric Car: Today's Car News

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2012 Tesla Model S beta vehicle, Fremont, CA, October 2011
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Today, a new report claims the Tesla Model 3 electric car will be revealed less than a year from now, Senators push for greater volumes of biodiesel in the U.S. fuel supply, and German students build an electric car that will do 0 to 62 mph in under two seconds. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Read about a 3,000-horsepower electric car, a Nissan Leaf lawsuit, and more in our Week in Reverse feature and video.
We’ve updated our story on California hydrogen-fueling troubles with some new information.
Check out the electric car built by German students that does 0 to 62 mph in 1.779 seconds.
A new report claims the Tesla Model 3 will be revealed next March, and that it could have a 300-mile range.
The Toyota Avalon Hybrid gets extra discounts, making it one of the best hybrid deals this month.
Los Angeles gets a grant from the California Air Resources Board to test electric-car sharing in low-income areas.
Refuting selective and slanted coverage of electric cars appears to be a never-ending–but necessary–task for early owners.
A bipartisan group of Senators–including presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders–petitions the Environmental Protection Agency to add more biodiesel to the Renewable Fuels Standard.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles recalls 1.4 million vehicles after hackers publicly demonstrate security flaws in its software.
Finally, the 2016 Lexus IS gets the downsized turbocharged four-cylinder engine from the NX small crossover.
Source: CarConnection
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