AutoComplete: Audi drops the veil (and the top) on the 2018 A5 and S5 Cabriolet
Today it's Friday, November 4th, and here's what's making news on Road Show.
Four and a half months after the debuting it's A5 and S5 coups, Audi's got a brand new pair of convertibles on it's hands.
The 2018 A5 and S5 Cabrele'es are nearly the same as the coup's but they sport fabric convertible tops that can raise and lower at speeds up to 31 miles an hour.
The A5 comes packing a 252 horse power In Line four and the S5 will come with a 354 horsepower V6.
We'll see both cars, in person at the LA auto show later this month.
Tesla's Model S can now be ordered with an all glass roof similar to the one shown on it's forthcoming model three.
The $1500 fixed glass pane gives buyers a panoramic alternative to the conventional power moon roof that's still available And while you're on the Silicon Valley auto maker's configurator you can also check out the new P100D trims of the model S and X which replace the 90D variants as the company's quickest and longest range models that are also the most expensive.
Toyota's smallest SUV is finally getting its North American debut.
First shown to the world back in March at Geneva the C-HR will be the star of the Japanese auto maker's LA show stand later this month So try to act surprised.
The sleek angular CHR crossover is expected to appeal to younger buyers [INAUDIBLE] shopping cars like Nissan's Q and Honda's HRV.
Hopefully Toyota will share more about the model's power train and pricing in lower land.
Well we're expecting some changes based on what we saw in Switzerland.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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