T.E.N. Future Transport News 20th March 2015: Range Assurance, Cheap EV, Blade on Ice

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Weekly show about future cars and future car technology. This week news about: Tesla’s Model S 6.2 Update; Delphi Automotive Drives Coast to Coast in a Self-Driving Car; NJ welcomes Tesla back; a great deal on the Fiat 500e; BMW previews X5 xDrive 40e; Nissan Blade Glider put on ice; Triple recall for RAV4 EV, Chevy Volt, Kia Soul EV.

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An End to Range Anxiety? – Tesla Motors unveils two new ‘range-anxiety-beating’ features in latest Tesla software update

Coast to Coast – Delphi Automotive prepares a coast-to-coast autonomous drive across the U.S. 

Back in the Garden State – New Jersey welcomes Tesla Stores back after new law is signed

Deal of the year? – Californians are flocking to lease the Fiat 500e for less than $84 a month for three years.

X5 xDrive – BMW promises its first plug-in hybrid SUV for the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show

Blade on ice – Nissan confirms production plans for the Blade Glider delta-wing sports car are ‘on ice’

Triple Recall – The RAV4 EV, Chevrolet Volt and Kia Soul EV all suffer recalls. 

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