AutoComplete: BMW unveils its new Z4 roadster in Monterey
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BMW pulled the wraps off its hotly anticipated new Z4 roadster this week at Monterey.
It's proving to be more than a controversial but we love it and we can't wait to have a drive in the M40I version since it has all the performance bells and whistles that any self-respecting BMW enthusiast could want.
Don't worry though ye of thinner wallets.
The folks from Munich releasing a cheaper 30I version too which should be out early next year.
A few of the suppliers in the Toyota group, Inli, Denso and Aisin are getting together to form a voltron of self-driving car technology and that has us pretty excited.
There aren't too many companies that have the engineering ability and deep pockets that Toyota does.
And the fact that these companies are saying they'll have autonomous tech on the road by 2020.
Somehow sounds less like crap then it would be, if it came from someone else.
Remember when Lamborghini smoked the la-.
Record set by Porsche GT2 RS and the world was like wait.
Well that car that did it was the Aventador svj and it's going on sale.
The super veloce Yota is the most extreme Lamborghini ever with, A horse power, four wheel drive, four wheel steering and the latest version of Lamborghini's brilliant ALA system.
900 examples are in built and will cost a little of a half green bucks.
So, we'll just go back to cursing a relative property..
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