AutoComplete: Aston Martin is selling new DB5s with gadgets for $3.5M
Here's what's making news on RoadShow.
Are you obsessed with James Bond to the point where it causes problems at family gatherings?
Are you independently wealthy, such that you can afford a $3.5 million car that isn't road legal?
If you answered yes As to either of those questions then today is your luck day, friend.
Because Aston Martin and Eon Productions are teaming up to release a series of continuation DB5s with some of the less awesome gadgets from the film.
There will only be 25 built.
So don't expect the other weirdos from your very specific club.
To wait on buying one.
All the hubble about Saudi Arabia's public investment fund getting into fed with Tesla as of late has put the organization into the spotlight.
And while that whole Tesla thing's still in the air it has also allegedly decided to make an investment in a rival eb startup, Lucid Motors.
Well word around the campfires is that the PIF could invest up to a billion dollars in the company.
That's right, three commas.
Which would certainly give it a leg up in bringing it's air electric sedan to market.
Right now, Audi on demand is only available in one city in the US, but that brand with the four rings is expanding the program to the UK and it's doing it in a big way.
The program allows users to borrow an Audi vehicle for as little as an hour to as long as a month without having to worry about mileage overages.
Sweet deal, eh?
The first UK city to get the program will be Manchester, but Audi will expand the program further by the end of the year.
Find more on this stories over the roadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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