AutoComplete: Chevy loses the Camaro's giant gaping grille for 2020
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
When the 2019 Camaro SS came out, it was greeted with something less than enthusiasm thanks to its, shall we say generous grill proportions.
It wasn't just journalists hated either, so now just a year after that mal-debut.
Chevy's gone and re-done the grill, and we think it looks a whole lot better.
And while they were at it Chevy dropped the price on the entry level V 8 Camaro.
So now it'll only set you back 35 grand.
Toyota is going investment crazy with a further $100 million investment in its AI ventures fund.
It's tossing money at all kinds of self driving tech startups in order to help advance its position in an increasingly competitive industry.
But wait, it's not just cars that Toyota is investing in.
It's also got stakes in vertical takeoff and landing aircraft companies, marine autonomy companies, and more.
Chinese car companies have been promising that they'd enter the US market for years, but so far None of them has made that big leap across the pacific.
Well Chinese firm Zotye is now the latest to reaffirm it's commitment to the US with plans to sell one of it's vehicles here by 2020 or 2021 at the latest.
It's already started the first steps of building out a dealer network and it hopes to grow that network to around 300 locations by the time sales start.
How do you think Zotye will fair if it actually makes it over here.
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