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: Chevrolet Bolt EV Sales Predictions, Tesla Acknowledges risks associated with Model 3 production, Nissan launches Vehicle-to-Grid Project in UK, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies licenses new tech, Hyperloop Tech becomes Hyperloop One (and successfully completes initial pod test), how all new Tesla Model S 70 are actually a Model S 75 in disguise, Nissan launches its answer to the Tesla Powerwall, Toyota promises leaner, cheaper Mirai FCV for 2019, Renault-Nissan buys massive share of Mitsubishi, Tesla owner gets little sympathy for inappropriately using auto park.
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.
- Selling Big –Analyst predicts GM will sell between 30,000 and 80,000 Bolt EVs in first year of production
- Knowing the risk – Tesla’s latest SEC filing shows California automaker acknowledging potential risks of Model 3 production.
- Selling it back – Nissan launches V2G trial in the UK
- The Power of Magnets – Hyperloop Transportation Technologies license passive levitation technology
- The Power of One – Hyperloop Tech becomes Hyperloop One, Announces $80m round B funding completion, conducts public track test.
- Hidden Potential – How Tesla’s latest Model S 70 are actually 75 kWh models in disguise
- xStorage – Nissan launches energy storage unit for your home to cross-shop against Tesla Powerwall
- Future Tense – Toyota promises a cheaper, leaner Toyota Mirai FCV will hit market by 2019
- Significant Share – Renault-Nissan buys a controlling stake in Mitsubishi Motors
- All Appropriate Measures – Tesla schools customer who complains after inadvertently engaging Autopark.
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