LEAF Security Flaw, Nevada Worries About FF, Teslas For Kids: T.E.N. Future Car News 19th Feb 2016

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: NissanConnect EV security flaw; Volkswagen duals with EPA over electric cars; Daimler asks its executives to drive a plug-in; Faraday Future worries Nevada lawmakers; Aston Martin picks Welsh factory for upcoming DBX electric crossover; Tesla defeats anti-tesla law in Indiana; GM confirms Ampera-e will be built in U.S.; Honda plans more plug-ins; a kid-friendly Tesla Model S you can buy for $500.

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  • Leaving The Door Unlocked – Nissan LEAF security flaw
  • Under Pressure – Volkswagen pressured by the EPA to make EVs
  • Leading by Example – Daimler tells its execs to pick company cars that plug in
  • Future Tense – Faraday Future’s future looks less certain
  • A Welsh Home – Aston Martin picks Welsh town as place it will build DBX
  • Defeating Bill – Tesla beats Indiana anti-Tesla bill
  • Detroit-Built – GM Confirms Ampera-e will be built in U.S.
  • Revised Plans – Honda promises 2/3 of all cars it sells by 2030 will be electrified
  • Pint-Sized Model S – Tesla Model S for Kids.


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