AutoComplete: Audi prepares to field full Formula E works team in 2017
Today is September 2nd, 2016 and here's what's making news on Roadshow.
As Audi moves to embrace and expand its electrification efforts, it's also increasing its presence in the only all-electric racing series, FIA's Formula E. The company is increasing its partnership with Team ABT Schaeffler this year And for the 2017 season, it would create a full-on factory team.
Audi joins a number of other automakers in Formula E, including Jaguar, Mahindra, and Faraday Future, and is looking to emulate its success in the World Endurance Championship.
Care to guess who's suing Volkswagen this week?
I'll give you a hint, it's Australia.
The entire country has filed suit against the automaker's Australian arm, for selling tens of thousands of over-polluting diesels in the land down under.
The company has all ready submitted software fix to the government but yet have to receive approval to distribute it to customers.
Maybe one day we'll get some good news about Volkswagen but today sadly not that day.
Unix Mercedes might be able to park itself while giving you a message.
Daimler [UNKNOWN] has outlines the future of brand vehicles at the IFA trade show in Berlin Benz is working with Microsoft to sink your work data to your car and with Bosh to create a system of networked vehicles to help track open parking spaces.
Daimler is also working with DHL to deliver packages directly into your smart trunk.
These concepts represent the seeds that will grow into something special once fully autonomous vehicles are operating on public roads.
Fin mor in these stories over at the RoadShow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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