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 Model X Recall, Tesla Model X online Store, Tesla Model S Mild Refresh, Blink leaves No Charge to Charge, BMW launches ReachNow in Seattle, California Issues $9 million in grants for DC Quick Charging infrastructure, Plug-in cars dominate Norway’s sales statistics, FF breaks ground in Nevada, Nissan’s brainwave-reading LEAF.
Instead of posting the entire text of the show below, we’re including links to the individual stories below as they appear in the show — and we’ve also added clickable links in the YouTube version of the show. If you’re subscribing to the Podcast version, links are in the description inside the episode.
- Preemptive Action – Tesla recalls Model X electric SUV
- Spec it up – Model X online configuration tool launched
- Family Resemblance – Tesla launches mildly refreshed Model S
- No Charge – Blink pulls out of Nissan’s No Charge to Charge Program Level 2
- ReachNow – BMW launches ReachNow program in Seattle
- Cash Injection – State of California awards $9 million in DCQC charging infrastructure grants.
- Two out of three cats prefer – Plug-ins dominate Norway’s EV market
- Breaking Ground – FF begins work on its $1 billion factory in NV.
- Mindful drive – Nissan’s quirky new ad for the Nissan LEAF hatchback in Japan.
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