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: October electric car sales; Tesla’s Q3 earnings; 2016 Nissan LEAF priced in U.S; VW deiselgate scandal deepens further; BMW i3 popular with emergency services; Tesla announces new referral program; GM commits to pushing Chevy Bolt to market ASAP; Hyundai gets excited about 50 fuel cell SUVs; Tesla Model S thief thwarted by real-time tracking.
Instead of posting the entire text of the show below, we’re including links to the individual stories below as they appear in the show — and we’ve also added clickable links in the YouTube version of the show. If you’re subscribing to the Podcast version, links are in the description inside the episode.
- October Sales – Sales figures for EVs during November in U.S.
- Losses up, yet staying positive – Tesla Q3 report.
- LEAF priced – Nissan LEAF pricing for U.S.
- Ve are innocent! – Volkswagen’s dieselgate scandal deepens.
- Popular with the fuzz – Emergency services love the BMW i3
- Refer a friend – Tesla announces continuation of its referral program
- Bolting ahead – GM pulls out all the stops to bring the Bolt EV to market.
- Easily excited – Hyundai gets excited about iX35 Sales.
- Nabbed! Tesla Model S thief caught thanks to on-board tech.
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