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 signs a lease on a big warehouse; Tesla launches the Model S 75; Tesla Biohazard Defence Mode tested; BMW announces a longer-range BMW i3; Ford flips on 200-mile EV plans; Audi responsible for dieselgate coding; GM succeeds in baring direct Tesla sales in Connecticut; Mini Rocketman could become an EV; Google and FCA team up for autonomous vehicles.
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- Moar space! – Tesla signs a new lease on a massive building for Model 3 bits
- Moar range! – Tesla introduces Model S 75 for more entry-level range
- Breathe easy – Tesla demonstrates its Biohazard defence mode in action
- i Go further – BMW announces longer-range i3 electric car.
- Flip flop – Is Ford working on a 200-mile electric car after all?
- Vorsprung durch Betrügerei – Audi believed to be the source of the dieselgate software
- Back stabbing – GM succeeds in stopping direct-to-customer sales from Tesla in CT.
- Rocketman – MINI Rocketman concept to be reborn as an electric car
- Unlikely pairing – FCA pairs with Google for autonomous car project
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