AutoComplete: Amazon's The Grand Tour gets a video game
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It looks like the old British fellows from the Grand Tour are getting their own video game for XBox One and Playstation 4. If you're expecting Gran Turismo or Forza levels of refinement, well, don't.
This was built in house by Amazon, and if the trailer is anything to go by, the graphics look a little less than stellar.
Gameplay looks like a silly version of [UNKNOWN] Horizon though but other than that details are pretty slim.
Well, it seems that Hyundai is on the mission to [UNKNOWN] of every other manufacturer.
[UNKNOWN] speaking of course because we just got word that the Kona EV has beaten off the Range estimate of Chevy's beloved [UNKNOWN] Bolt by 20 miles.
We're betting that it will be a hot seller when it hits showroom later this year, that is if people can get pass that weird front-end.
Lyft and self driving startup Aptiv completed their 5000 autonomous rides in Las Vegas, and that's pretty dang exciting.
The fleet of 30 self driving BMWs still have human safety drivers to monitor the action, but so far this seems like a pretty successful test.
Our own Andrew Croft took a ride in one at CES earlier this year and described it as the best kind of boring.
We think that means he liked it, Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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