Tesla Model X, Dieselgate, 2016 Volt ads. T.E.N. Future Car News 2nd October 2015

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Weekly show about future cars and future car technology. This week news about: Tesla Model X launch, the continuing Dieselgate scandal, how the Toyota Mirai could spawn extra models, Tesla aims for a 600-mile EV, Fisker changes its name to Karma, GM goes after the Nissan LEAF and Toyota Prius in a new Chevy Volt ad campaign, scientists create a new, non-toxic flow battery, and how Supercharger access could soon open up to owners of cars other than Teslas.

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  • Mark Benjamin David

    That new flow battery looks promising for commercial trucks, not so much for consumer autos. I really like this idea for trucks as we need a “quick charge” option for the trucking industry. While Proterra and BYD already have solutions for BEV public transit buses, they travel much shorter distances, with frequent stops, thus 100-260 mile range being plenty, whether that be charging overnight or quick charging at stops. Commercial trucks need to be able to travel much longer distances as an average might be 500 miles per day. This is where I’d like to see flow batteries applied.

    • Surya

      I too don’t see the need for flow batteries in EVs. I’d rather have the option to charge at home than make detours to a filling station on a regular basis.

  • Surya

    Glad the show is back!

  • David

    You drove past my work in that Tesla road test in the UK.

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