AutoComplete: Acura's SEMA concept is truckin' awesome
Today is October 27th and here with Making News on Roadshows.
Acura's Sema concept includes not one, not two, but three different vehicles if you count a trailer as a vehicle.
You get a second GT3 racecar at rest atop Completely custom trailer, built to resemble the GT3's roll cage and sporting a set of 20-inch Acura MDX wheels.
The third piece of the puzzle is the MDX itself, which has been modified to resemble the NSX GT3.
It's a shame they'll never offer that splitter at the dealership, though Mazda announced today that it would unveil the all new 2017 CX-5 at the Los Angeles auto show in November.
It also released a teaser in which offering of a very dark look at its latest crossover.
From what we can see, there's plenty of CX-9 and MX-5 influence in there, which is just the best thing ever, isn't it?
We'll see the whole thing in just a couple of weeks in Los Angeles.
Audi is dabbling at car sharing.
The automaker launched a pilot program for its upcoming Audi Shared Fleet car sharing service in Durham, North Carolina.
Workers at a tech incubator will share time in a fleet of 2017 Audi A4s which can be accessed the Shared Fleet app.
The pilot is being used for feedback ahead of a nationwide rollout in 2017.
Find more on these stories over on theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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