AutoComplete: Bentley gives us our best look yet at its new Flying Spur
Here's what's making news on Roadshow.
Bentley's big sedan has been teased a few times in the past, but now we're seeing video of it, and we very much like what we're looking at .The new Flying Spur will likely get many of the touches that make the new Conti GT such a delight, And [UNKNOWN] is pretty hyped for Bentley's four-door bruiser.
The flying B is planning on revealing the Spur in its entirety on June 11th and we're super looking forward to it.
It's no secret that Uber drivers get rated by their passengers but something that's slightly less well-known is that Uber passengers also get rated by their drivers.
Up until recently that passenger score has been largely meaningless.
But now Uber has starting booting low rated passengers from its cars.
What exactly can tank your rating as a rider?
Well, being rude, making a mess, drinking alcohol and barfing in the cars.
So don't do any of that stuff.
BMW's X1 is getting some big updates.
And by big updates, we're talking about a bump in the sides of its traditional BMW kidney grilles.
It also gets a few other, less obvious styling tweaks that help bring its looks in line with its larger X5 and X7 siblings.
As well as an electronic gear shifter, Returned eight speed auto transmission and a standard 8.8 inch touchscreen inside.
We don't have pricing yet but you know what?
We don't expect any wild changes there either.
Find more on these stories over the Roadshow.com.
We'll catch you tomorrow.
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