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: plug-in car sales figures for September 2015; Elon Musk deletes tweets about Model 3 and Model Y; BMW DriveNow exits San Francisco; Toyota debuts autonomous drive technology; Proterra shows its long-range electric bus; Ford makes an excellent ad for its Focus Electric hatchback; Kia expands market availability for the Soul EV; a 100% CGI fan-made ad for Tesla; Lexus makes an electric car out of cardboard.
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- Monthly Sales – Monthly plug-in sales report card
- Deleted Tweets – Elon Musk deletes tweets associated with upcoming Tesla cars
- Drive Now (Before it’s Gone) – BMW’s DriveNow exits San Francisco
- Your Teammate on the Highway – Toyota unveils new autonomous driving prototype
- The Tesla of Busses? – Proterra tests a bus capable of 250 miles per charge
- Focus In– Ford makes its first Focus Electric ad for the U.S. — and it’s good!
- Soul Expansion – Kia expands market availability for the Soul EV
- Fireflies – The latest (and greatest) fan-made ad for Tesla electric cars
- Lexus Cardboard – Lexus finally makes an electric car — but out of cardboard.
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