AutoComplete: Aston Martin celebrates Le Mans history with DBS 59
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It's been 59 years since Aston Martin won the 24 hour of Lamont in 1959, and you know what that means?
It's time for a special edition.
The Aston Martin DBS 59 is limited to just 24 examples, and it's meant to commemorate its Lamont wing of [UNKNOWN] Outside its sports Aston Martin racing green paint with bronze detailing, while the inside rocks a two [UNKNOWN] with special enbradling on the headrests.
Its based on DBS super air share, which puts out 715 horsepower, from its twin turbo v12.
McLaren teased the track only Senna GTR as a prototype in Geneva and now we're finally receiving some details about the upcoming production version.
This heavily modified Senna will produce a literal ton of downforce from it's active aero setup, and thanks to racing slicks it can produce 3G of deceleration force under braking.
With 814 brake horsepower on tap, it's bound to be a beast when deliveries begin in September of next year.
You can now make table reservations from the comfort of your car.
Buick and all other GM brands can now add Yelp reservations to their infotainment system through GM's marketplace app.
You can search by cuisine and make reservations for up to ten people all through the car's touchscreen without having to talk to a single human being.
You can't leaving a scathing review through voice recognition, or any kind of review for that matter.
But perhaps that's for the better from a distraction standpoint.
Find more on these stories over at TheRoadShow.com and we'll talk to you on Monday.
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