Reactions to Tesla Model 3, BYD’s big claims, crowdfunding H2, T.E.N. Future Car News 8th April 2016

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Weekly show about future cars and future car technology.  This week news about: Tesla blames parts supply for missed Q1 delivery targets; GM and Nissan react to the Tesla Model 3; Nissan launches updated telematics app for its electric cars; Volkswagen barrels head-first into EPA deadlines; Oak Ridge National Laboratory Demonstrates wireless charging; BYD claims its electric cars are the best in the world; Jaguar says electric drivetrains will reinvent the car; Nissan hints a new electric sports car could be coming; Riversimple tries to crowd-source hydrogen powered car.

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  • Model 3 reactions – Tesla Model 3 reactions from Nissan and GM
  • A case of hubris – Overconfidence and parts supply problems means Tesla Misses Q1 delivery targets
  • Fixed? – Nissan updates NissanConnect EV app
  • Look, no wires! – ORNL demonstrates high-powered inductive charging system.
  • Time’s getting tight  – EPA admits VW may not reach agreement on dieselgate before April 21 deadline
  • Unabashed – BYD makes some pretty big claims about its electric vehicles
  • Reinventing the big cat – Jaguar readies itself for the electric vehicle world
  • Sporty – Nissan hints a sporty electric car is on the way
  • Crowdfunded – Riversimple crowdfunds its hydrogen fuel cell car

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