On today’s Transport Evolved: Tesla’s new all-wheel drive cars and autonomous driving software, Nissan LEAF profitability, and an American drives in the UK.
Plus Nikki and Deb drive to the opening of a new Tesla store in Gatwick, London.
These stories and more on today’s special Road Trip edition of Transport Evolved, with Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield and Deb Seymour.
Musician Deb Seymour combines life as a touring full-time singer/songwriter, an electric car driver, and an advocate of both working women and green lifestyles, which of course, includes plug-in cars. When she’s not touring, you’ll find Deb driving around Seattle, Washington in her little ZENN Neighborhood Electric Car.
Deb — or the Urban Folkerista to use her stage name — recently rose to cult EV fan status after her band’s song – Little ZENN Car – made it big on YouTube. Part of her latest album, Mama Wears A Hard Hat. You can buy the entire album for $10 from her website, but to help the EV cause, Deb’s Little ZENN Car is completely free!
(You can download Deb’s music at UrbanFolkerista.com. )
While there are no show-notes for today’s show — this was recorded on the road — we’ll hope you’ll enjoy watching. We’ll be back next week with our usual studio-based panel show.
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