AutoComplete: BMW M8 gets a seriously customizable driver experience
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
BMW's forthcoming M8 promises to be a big, fast, and tech-laden driving experience.
But according to some news released by BMW, that experience is one you can tailor for yourself.
The M8 will go way beyond the usual steering, throttle, and suspension setting customizations, and offer things like adjustable brake feel.
And that's pretty awesome.
Mazda is one of our favorite car companies.
Its normal cars regularly end up being among the best driver's cars in their class.
And its sports cars are the stuff of legend.
That's why when we heard that Mazda was developing a family of in-line six cylinder engines, we get all [UNKNOWN] when we found out that those engines would also likely be laid our longitudinally, AKA ideal for real wheel drive We basically got a nosebleed and blacked out from excitement.
Fingers crossed that Mazda actually follows through.
Dyson has been hard at work on an electric car for a while now.
But some patent drawings are giving us our first look at some of the design ideas that are being thrown at the company's first-ever vehicle.
These include placing the seats as low as possible in the car to reduce overall greenhouse height and therefore lower drag.
As well as using big wheels, low profile tires to reduce rolling resistance to increase range.
Unconventional, yes, but that's kind of Dyson's thing, isn't it?
Find more in these stories over theroad.show.com.
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