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 executives weigh in on competition; Mitsubishi pushes Outlander PHEV launch back again for U.S.; Toyota pushes Prius Prime launch back for Japan, keeps fall debut for U.S.; Nissan unveils SOxFC electric hybrid minivan concept; GM crosses 100k Chevy Volt milestone; Security researchers jam Tesla Autopilot; BMW i3 experiences massive jump in U.S. sales; NADA calls for autonomous cars to undergo regular checks similar to airplanes for correct autonomous operation; Nanoflowcell pushes the case for electric cars you fill at a pump not a charging station; Nissan debuts working Blade Glider Prototype.
- Just Appliances – Tesla executives diss the competition
- Outlandish – Mitsubishi pushes Outlander PHEV launch back (again) for North America
- Primed, Not Ready – Toyota Pushes back Prius Prime launch in Japan
- Solid Oxide Fuel Cell First – Nissan unveils SOxFC e-NV200
- 100,000 Volts – GM crosses 100k Volt milestone
- Jamming the Signal – Tesla’s autopilot system compromised during security conference
- iGrow – BMW i3 sales in the U.S. experience massive growth during July
- Regular Cheques? – NADA calls for autonomous cars to undergo regular checks similar to airplanes for correct autonomous operation.. But does it have ulterior motives?
- Pump Not Plug Nanoflowcell pushes the case for electric cars you fill at a pump not a charging station
- Blade Glider – Nissan BladeGlider takes one step closer to reality.
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