AutoComplete: Chevrolet unveils the all-new 2018 Equinox crossover
Today is Friday, September 23rd, and here's what's making the news on Road Show.
Chevrolet's Equinox is a big deal for the automaker, commanding more than 200,000 sales per year.
So it's a big deal then that there's a new and coming next Next year.
The 2018 Equinox offers three new turbocharged engines, one of which is a diesel.
And it is loaded to the brim with the latest safety equipment, including autonomous emergency braking and a surround view camera system.
It's dealership the fourth quarter of 2017.
When the going gets tough, lawyer up.
Tesla filed suit against Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and other officials over its inability to sell cars in the state.
It hopes to strike down a 2014 law that bars the automaker from selling or repairing vehicles within Michigan's borders.
Tesla's latest application was rejected under the notion that the manufacturer cannot both be a franchiser and a franchisee.
Audi has been very tight lipped about its Paris motor show reveal, the all new Q5 Crossover.
But it's finally broken the silence and released the teaser image, which shows the tail light and the rear badge.
Now if I were a betting man, I'd say it adopts a similar shape The 2017 Q7, which is a bit more wagon like than its forbearer.
We'll see the real thing up close next week, the whole car, not just the tail lights.
Find out more on these stories at the roadshow.com, and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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