AutoComplete: Chevy's Silverado HD gets surprisingly reasonable entry-level pricing
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
People are stoked for the new Chevy Silverado HD.
And with all the updates the General has made to the platform lately it's kind of easy to see why.
One of the biggest and most crucial pieces of the puzzle that we had yet to see was just how much this bad boy was gonna cost.
Well, now we know.
The HD will start at just $35,695 including destination.
That is a boat load of truck for not that much cash.
Of course, prices go way, way up from there, but hey that's the way of the world, is it not?
Henrik Fisker has been teasing us with a new EV for a hot minute.
And up until this point, we've mostly had drawings and weird renderings to look at.
Now though, we have a new teaser, and it shows off a unique feature that we think is honestly kinda cool.
It's a turn signal repeater on the rear three quarters of the vehicle, and it looks super rad.
Other than that, we can tell that it's an SUV, which we already new.
And word around the schoolyard is that Fisker wants it to cost around 40 grand and hit the streets in 2021.
Lemma is changing in a big way with its top tier LMP1 class going the way of the dodo bird and being replaced by a new class or race trim hyper cars.
One of the first models speak for this new class is the Aston Martin Valkyrie, which in case you forgot somehow has a naturally aspirated V 12 engine, that revs to like 11,100 rpm and puts out nearly 1200 horsepower.
Thanks to its hybrid system.
So, you know, there's a lot to look forward to in endurance racing.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com, we'll talk to you Monday.
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