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: Tesla Q4 earnings call; Tesla Model 3 reveal date set; Consumer Reports asks Tesla to install Dead Man’s Switch on Autopilot Summon; Porsche invests big in electric cars; VW promises longer-range -eGolf; Chevy Bolt Confirmed for production in Europe as Ampera-e; Voltec drivetrain put up for sale; Kia Optima PHEV debuts in Chicago; NHTSA deems Google’s autonomous car technology a ‘driver’; UK Florists use Model S for Valentine’s day ad.
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- Tesla Q4 Earnings: – Tesla announces Q4 2015 earnings
- Model 3 Reveal – Tesla confirms date of Model 3 reveal event
- No Dead Men – Consumer Reports finds a fault in Tesla Summon Mode
- Big Money Investment – Porsche invests big in Mission E sports sedan
- Drive For Longer – VW promises 186+ mile 2019 e-Golf
- European Connection – Chevy Bolt Confirmed to go on sale in Europe as Ampera-e
- Voltec for Sale – GM considers licensing Voltec range-extended EV technology
- Kia Optima PHEV Launched – Kia Unveils Optima PHEV in Chicago ahead of fall market debut
- Artificial Intelligence – NHTSA says Google Self-Driving Software can be considered a ‘Driver’
- Roses are Robotic: UK Florist uses Tesla Model S to make cute autopilot Valentine’s day ad.
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