Here is what is making news on Roadshow.
Aston Martin has been regulatory filling to potentially go public on the London Stock Exchange.
And for a company with a complicated financial history as Aston's is, this is a big deal.
The paperwork that the company filed states that it is in to achieve an evaluation of six point five billion dollars.
And that it would likely sell around twenty five percent of it's stock to potential investors.
Aston Martin's been on a winning streak lately, let's hope this IPO doesn't change that.
Jeep is selling a special edition of its 2018 Wrangler Sahara in celebration of the spiritual home of the Wrangler, Moab, Utah.
The Wrangler Moab edition comes with a bunch of offroad goodies like 32 inch mud terrain tires, a locking rear differential, and rock sliders.
Jeep hasn't given us pricing for the Moab edition, but whatever it is, we want some trail time in it ASAP.
Hyundai is fiddling with the naming conventions for its Santa Fe SUV.
The Former Santa Fe Sport is now the Santa Fe, while the three-row Santa Fe is now the Santa Fe XL.
Yeah, it seems like kind of a wasted exercise to us as well, but other than that the new Santa Fe is ticking all our boxes.
It's got Hyundai's typically great list of standard tech and safety features and it's annoyingly good value for money.
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