185+ Mile Renault ZOE, Tesla Discounts, Long-range Bus – T.E.N. Future Car News 9/30/16

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Weekly show about future cars and future car technology.  This week news about: Renault launches long-range ZOE electric car; Chevrolet Bolt EV priced, rated for U.S. market; Volkswagen showcases ID autonomous EV concept in Paris; Smart launches ForTwo, ForFour Electric Drives in Paris; Renault Trezor concept unveiled; Tesla settles Falcon Wing court case; Mercedes-Benz launches new sub-brand for EVs; Elon Musk reminds staff not to offer Tesla discounts; Elon Musk reminds staff not to offer Tesla discounts; ElectricGT gears up for inaugural season; Atevia’s Edna electric van test mule gets faster and faster.

  • ZOE’s Legs – Renault launches long-range ZOE electric car
  • Priced – Chevrolet Bolt EV priced, rated for U.S. market
  • See Your ID – Volkswagen showcases ID autonomous EV concept in Paris
  • ForComplaince – Smart launches ForTwo, ForFour Electric Drives in Paris
  • Flight of Fancy – Renault Trezor concept is a flight of fancy in Paris
  • Settled – Tesla settles with Falcon Wing part manufacturer out of court
  • Mah Generation (EQ) – Mercedes-Benz launches new sub-brand for EVs
  • No Discounts for you! – Elon Musk reminds staff not to offer Tesla discounts;
  • On the busses – Proterra announces longer-range electric bus
  • Serious Motorsport – ElectricGT gears up for inaugural season.
  • Edna Mode – Atevia’s Edna gets crazy fast

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  • Jeff Laurence

    The new smart looks tons better than the supposedly”cute”previous version. The sub 100 mile version would actually work for most normal uses especially with a DC fast charging port although the CCS charging station is very hard to find even in San Diego.

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