Self-Driving Volts, Japanese Bureaucracy, LEAF deal 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:  Tesla Model X pricing; rumors of longer-range BMW i3; autonomous Chevy Volts from Canada; Mitsubishi announces end of production for the i-Miev electric car; Tesla announces engineer recruitment drive for Autopilot program; Japan’s H2 revolution threatened by bureaucracy; Nissan LEAF deal from Colorado; Volvo announces S90 Plug-in Hybrid; Hyundai celebrates a very slow speed record.

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