BMW H2 Prototypes, Kia goes Wireless, Russians love Tesla. T.E.N. Future Car News 10 July 2015

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Weekly show about future cars and future car technology. This week news about: BMW’s hydrogen prototype vehicles; Tesla’s predicted Q2 2015 sales figures; Nissan passes 1 billion miles in the LEAF; Google sends its autonomous cars to Austin, TX;  No Charge to Charge heads to Boston; BMW showcases potential 2 Series Plug-in Hybrid; Kia commits to more EV infrastructure and wireless charging; how Russians go to great lengths to own a Tesla Model S.

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