AutoComplete: Bentley builds a Bentayga for falconryPlus: Ford brings Android Auto and Apple CarPlay to 2016 models, and Chevrolet recalls the Spark for something silly.
Here's what's making news on Road Show. If you've always wanted a high-end SUV perfect for indulging Falcons, well Bentley has just the thing. The Bentayga Falconry by Mulliner is build with birds in mind, sporting a bunch of Falconry kit and bespoke cargo containers. The dashboard veneer shows a falcon in flight It's made of four hundred and thirty pieces of wood and took nine days to assemble. If you have to ask how much this Bentayga costs, well you probubly don't own a Falcon. Ford's first over the air wi-fi update brings two popular features to older cars. Model year twenty sixteen vehicles equiped with sync 3 can now access both Apple Car Play and Android Auto Thank you an update that can be installed Wi-Fi or downloaded from USB stick Apple carplay and Android auto have been available on Molly or 2017 Fords but this is the first time they'll be available on 2016 Chevrolet has issued a recall for around $55,000 of its 2016 and 2017 spark mini cars Evidently in an accident the airbag might cause injury to an unbelted child in the front seat. Because, apparently, people still leave their kids unbelted up front. By law, auto makers must design airbags to accommodate unbelted passengers. So, the Spark finds itself in violation of federal safety standards. GM isn't sure when it'll figure out a fix but in the meantime, perhaps, you should buckle up your kids. In the back seat. Just a thought. Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com, we'll talk to you Monday. [BLANK_AUDIO]