Autopilot V 2.0, Tesla Model 3 wait time, Audi’s weird tech plans – T.E.N. Future Car News 10/21/16

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Tesla announce Autopilot V2.0 hardware and promised Level 5 full autonomy hardware readiness for all Teslas made from now on; Faraday Future gears up to unveil its first production electric car at CES in January; There are now half a million plug-in cars on the roads of the U.S.; The state of California clashes with automakers over self-driving cars; Tesla says new Model 3 reservations placed won’t be fulfilled until 2018;  Audi settles on name for the brand’s first all-electric SUV; UK Autodrive Project showcases latest developments with Ford and Jaguar LandRover; LG Chem predicts GM will sell 30,000 Bolt EV electric cars in the first year of production; California Air Resource Board considers revising ZEV program to accelerate cleaner vehicle adoption; Audi cuts plans for autonomous and electric vehicle programs — while trying to simultaneously advance both areas of its lineup.

  • Version 2.0 –  Tesla announce Autopilot V2.0 hardware and promised Level 5 full autonomy hardware readiness for all Teslas made from now on
  • Production Promise? – Faraday Future gears up to unveil its first production electric car at CES in January
  • Half a Million – There are now half a million plug-in cars on the roads of the U.S.
  • Regulatory Discourse – State of California clashes with automakers over proposed regulations which could slow down deployment of autonomous cars.
  • Wait times – Tesla says new Model 3 reservations placed won’t be fulfilled until 2018
  • The Name’s e-tron – Audi settles on name for the brand’s first all-electric SUV
  • AutoDrive Showcase – UK Autodrive Project showcases latest developments with Ford and Jaguar LandRover
  • High expectations – LG Chem predicts GM will sell 30,000 Bolt EV electric cars in the first year of production
  • Tougher Rules – California Air Resource Board considers revising ZEV program to accelerate cleaner vehicle adoption
  • Strange Plans – Audi cuts plans for autonomous and electric vehicle programs — while trying to simultaneously advance both areas of its lineup.

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