AutoComplete: Bentley's Flying Spur is a 200-plus mile-per-hour luxury land yacht
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Bitly has been teasing the new flying spur for a while now and we have to admit that it's been a car that we're very much looking forward to the way it seems has been worth it because now that Bitly is pulled the sheet off the car We see that it's a 207 mile per hour bespoke ground level missile.
It's also interesting that the flying spirit is riding on its own brand new [UNKNOWN], not shared with anything else.
So its resemblance to the Country GT is mostly only [UNKNOWN] Porsche is well known for having extensive list of available options and accessories for its cars, but almost as impressive as the deep roster of incredible paint colors that it's offered throughout its history.
To celebrate that history, the Porsche Club of America has launched its own wiki on the subject calling it Rimbaud.
So if you're a bit of a Porsche geek like we are prepared to spend hours comparing the relative rarity of petrol blue and togo brown.
To Ruby stone red and Bahama yellow.
The proliferation of electric vehicle charging networks has been a boon to those who own Avs, and a big incentive for those who are looking to make the switch from internal combustion.
One of the downsides that most of these networks require you to open an account and download an app And they won't cross-pollinate with other networks.
Now though, two of the biggest charging companies, ChargePoint and Electrify America are teaming up to let users have one network partake of the chargers of the other network without having to add an extra account.
We hope this idea catches on with other companies that can only be good for the EV end user.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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