Tesla production at 2k/week, 1m EVs in the world, VW Ups Plans,. T.E.N. Future Car News 17th June, 2016

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Weekly show about future cars and future car technology.  This week news about: Tesla vehicle production now at 2,o00 cars per week; General Motors announces more investment in EVs, more efficient cars and autonomous vehicles; NHTSA to release rules next month to make fully autonomous cars legal across U.S; the world now has 1 million electric cars on its roads; Germany considers banning internal combustion engines by 2030; FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne continues to maintain EVs aren’t profitable; VW expands its electrification plans; BMW Showcases vision for an electric Rolls Royce and Electric MINI; Harley Davidson to make a production  electric motorcycle within five years; Volvo Electric Busses get Musical Concerts

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  • 2,000 per week  – Tesla hits 2,000 cars per week production volume
  • GM Pushes Forward – GM commits to more EVs, more plug-ins, and more autonomy
  • Guidelines – NHTSA to release autonomous vehicle guidelines next month
  • 1 million – There are now 1 million electric cars in the world
  • Following Norway – Germany considers banning ICE by 2030.
  • Same Old… – Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne continues EV hate
  • Make Amends – VW ups its electrified vehicle goals
  • Visions Of The Future? – BMW unveils electric Mini, Rolls Royce
  • Plug-in Hog – Harley Davidson promises electric motorcycle within five years
  • On the Busses – Volvo’s electric bus musical concerts in Gothenburg are a hit.


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