Big Next-gen LEAF Rumors, Audi’s Grand Plans, Tesloop T.E.N. Future Car News 20th November 2015.

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Weekly show about future cars and future car technology.  This week news about:  Next-generation Nissan LEAF rumors, production Chevrolet Bolt reveal for CES 2016, Hyundai Sonata PHEV goes on sale, Honda brings Clarity FCV to LA, rumors of a new Gigafactory in Germany, Formula E picks Mexico for fifth-round race, Audi plans a shift to plug-in cars, BMW brings plug-in promises to LA, Nissan’s EV Mountain a success, Tesloop offers alternative to airplane travel.

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  • Big plans  – Nissan’s next-generation LEAF rumors
  • Coming to CES – Production Chevrolet Bolt due to be unveiled in January at CES
  • Hyundai Sonata PHEV goes on sale – plug-in hybrid variant of popular sedan goes on sale
  • Honda Clarifies Clarity – Honda clarifies Clarity sales plans for U.S., plus talks up 40-mile EV range Plug-in hybrid
  • Ich bin ein Gigafactory – Rumors of a Gigafactory in Germany
  • Formula E to Mexico – Formula E fifth round confirmed for Mexico City
  • Audi plugs in – Audi commits to as much as 25% of all cars by 2025 coming with a plug.
  • BMW Expansion – BMW expands free charging program for i3 customers, but offends early adopters in the process.
  • Climb EVery Mountain – Nissan’s EV Mountain project a success.
  • Roaming – New charging association in U.S. provides roaming across three networks
  • Tesloop – A new way to travel between LA and Las Vegas.


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