Welcome to T.E.N! Short for Transport Evolved News, T.E.N. is recorded every Friday to help your weekend get off to a flying start by making sure you haven’t missed the big future transport news stories of the week.
Weekly show about future cars and future car technology. This week news about: Tesla secures a $500 million line of credit; Volvo launches an electric bus in Gothenburg; how Tesla’s new superchargers are supercool; Nissan and GM both launch programs for reusing old electric car battery packs; Honda plans to build two new plug-in models in the near future; Hyundai struggles to sell the Tucson FCV; SpaceX launches a Hyperloop pod-designing competition; James Bond becomes reality thanks to Jaguar Land Rover
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- Taking the Credit – Tesla secures a $500 million line of credit
- Electric Swede – Three all-electric buses begin driving Route 55 in Gothenburg
- Supercool, Supercharged – Tesla’s new liquid-cooled Superchargers
- Life after EVs – Nissan and GM launch battery recycling programs for used electric car battery packs
- Honda’s play – Honda promises all-electric, plug-in hybrid products in the future
- Tucson Flop – Hyundai sells just 273 Tucson FCV cars in two years.
- Hyperloop Competition – SpaceX announces a Hyperloop Pod Competition for 2016
- James Bond is Real – Jaguar Land Rover makes a car you can drive from your cellphone
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