AutoComplete: Audi teases wild new supercar concept for Pebble Beach
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Audi has something wide in store for this year's Monterey Car Week.
The automaker teased its new PB 18 E Tron concept a head of its debut at Pebble Beach in August.
It's low, it's wide, and it seems to draw a fair bit of inspiration from Audi's former Le Mans prototypes.
It could also be our first look at a far-off third generation R8 super car, but no matter what it previews, I'm sure it'll look the absolute business.
Faraday Future just hit a big milestone.
The company announced today that it has finished the first production body-in-white for its upcoming FF 91 luxury electric vehicle.
A body-in-white is a naked chassis that has not yet been fitted with a power train or any trim, which might not sound like much progress.
But it means that the fledgling auto maker is one step closer to serial production.
Faraday claims it's still on target to begin delivering cars in December.
The Access by BMW car subscription plan is still in its pilot phase but the auto maker just made it a whole lot cheaper.
Pricing now starts at $1,099 per month for access to a fleet of small vehicles like the X2 SUV and the i3 electric city car.
The mid-level tier price has been dropped from $2,000 per month to just $1,399 and the top tier also saw a reduction from $3,700 per month to $2,699.
Let's hope that when this expands across the country, those prices don't go back up.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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