Model 3 Beta Production, Self-Driving Lexus, Tesla Job Perks – T.E.N. Future Car News 3/3/17

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: SEC documents show Tesla had no Model 3 betas on the roads by the end of 2016; French firm Symbio gives the Nissan e-NV200 a hydrogen  range-extender;  SAE works on 250 kW wireless charging standard; Toyota Research Institute Showcases its first in-house autonomous car; Honda Clarity EV to have a range of just 80-miles — and an expected price tag of $35,000; ChargePoint heads to Europe Thanks to Daimler; Blink announces change to payment cycle for EV charging; Renault-Nissan announces self-driving partnership in Paris with  TransDev; Tesla announces Fan-made ad competition; Could the British firm be making a high-performance EV; Tesla promises Fremont workers a roller coaster and FroYo.

  • Beta Stage – SEC documents show Tesla had no Model 3 betas on the roads by the end of 2016
  • Symbio e-NV200 – French firm Symbio gives the Nissan e-NV200 a hydrogen  range-extender
  • 250 kW – SAE works on 250 kW wireless charging standard
  • Latest Gen  – Toyota Research Institute Showcases its first in-house autonomous car
  • 80-Miles?  – Honda Clarity EV to have a range of just 80-miles — and an expected price tag of $35,000
  • European Push – ChargePoint heads to Europe Thanks to Daimler
  • Twice a Month – Blink announces change to payment cycle for EV charging
  • Te Conduire  – Renault-Nissan announces self-driving partnership in Paris with  TransDev
  • Fan Made – Tesla announces Fan-made ad competition
  • Caterham EV? Could the British firm be making a high-performance EV
  • Perks of the Job – Tesla promises Fremont workers a roller coaster and FroYo

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  • Martin Lacey

    Thanks for another great show Nikki. I guess you might moonlight at Tesla for the “FREE FROYO”!