AutoComplete: BMW Films returns with Clive Owen in 'The Escape'
Today is September 24th and here's what's making news on Road Show.
BMW Films is back and Clive Owen returns to the driver's seat in The Escape.
The new film, directed by District 9's Neill Blomkamp, features Owen, Dakota Fanning, and Jon Bernthal of the Walking Dead fame.
But of course, the star is the all-new 2017 BMW 5 series.
If you haven't seen any of BMW's films, grab a bucket of popcorn and get ready to binge.
[UNKNOWN] is back with another teaser for his company's upcoming EV.
It doesn't have a name, but at least we know it has a face A face that's surprisingly similar to Fisker's last car, the Karma.
The same car designer pointed out as car's adaptive LED headlights and forward facing radar and camera equipment.
At this rate, we should see the whole car some time before the year 3000.
Toyota understands that mobility extends beyond selling cars.
To that end, it's working with cities around its new headquarters in Plano, Texas in order to devise ways to reduce congestion and increase the use of public transportation.
And, speaking of public transport, the automaker will roll out a hydrogen fuel-cell city bus in Tokyo in 2017 ahead of the city's 2020 Olympics.
Don't worry though, they're not gonna stop selling the Corolla anytime soon.
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