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.