Hyperloop Cash, Wireless Charging, iPace Orders – TEN Future Car News 9/29/2017

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Weekly show about future cars and future car technology.  This week news about:

Finally Coming  – Mitsubishi prices 2018 Outlander PHEV for U.S. launch –
Banning Engines – State of California thinks about joining ICE ban –
Prodding Congress  – Autonomous vehicle advocates push ad campaign to push autonomous vehicle support. –
 Chrysler, Sesame Street Pacifica Hybrid Ad HInts at Range Anxiety
Order of Magnitude – Mercedes-Benz commits to $1 billion investment in electric cars in U.S., gets into discussion with Elon Musk on Twitter. – –
HyperFunds  – Hyperloop One Raises $245 Million in latest round –
Future’s End? – Faraday Future repays Nevada, ends plans for NV factory (for now) –
Chip Switch  – Is Tesla working on new chips with Intel and/or AMD? It depends on whom you ask. –
This Won’t Suck –  James Dyson says his company is working for an electric car from 2020 –
Worldwide Plans  – Audi says it will build electric cars at its factories around the world –
Atten Hut!  – Daimler gets green light to test truck Platooning in U.S. –
Plugless  – BMW prepares to unveil wireless charging option for 530e iPerformance PHEV –
Keeping Pace — Jaguar claims 25,000 orders for iPace electric SUV –
Bye Bye RWD  – Tesla ends Model S RWD production altogether.