AutoComplete: Arnold Schwarzenegger goes green with Mercedes G-Class EV
Here's what's making news on road show.
The governor's [UNKNOWN] is going green.
Arnold Schwarzenegger teamed up with Kreisel Electric to show off a Mercedes G-Class that's been fitted with a fully electric power train.
It's battery allows for 186 miles on a single charge and it's 490 horsepower motor's are enough to get you to the chopper.
Scooting this giant youth to 62 miles per hour in just 5.6 seconds The cigar and my terrible Austrian accent are not available upgrades for the buyers at this time.
Tesla has finally started activating the autopilot system on its vehicles equipped with the latest self-driving hardware.
Some cars may require a dealer trip to finalize everything.
But most will immediately gain access to adaptive cruise controls, forward collision warning and Autosteer.
The latter of which is limited to just 45 miles per hour while Tesla continues to gather data.
Last year, Subaru hinted at its next generation Crosstrek with the XV concept.
This year we'll get to see the whole thing.
Subaru just released a teaser of the new Crosstrek to amp up the excitement, and from what we can tell it will look an Impreza Hatchback set up on stilts.
Well, that's fine because the last one looked just like that, too, and it sold about a billion copies.
Hey, if it ain't broke Find more on these stories over on theroadshow.com, and I'll be back tomorrow.
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