AutoComplete: Chrysler's Portal CES concept is an autonomous minivan with biometrics
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
Chrysler's CES concept isn't just an electric car or minivan although it is both of those things.
The portal concept is a [UNKNOWN] built for the future.
It's electric, it's autonomous and it's capable of recognizing occupants as they enter thanks to it's biometric capabilities.
It also looks like a futuristic battle tank.
It gets unveiled at CES today, in Las Vegas.
Jaguar Land Rover models are under investigation for roll away risks.
The Feds are looking at the Range Rover Evoke and Jag XF, after receiving reports of roll aways and injuries related their too.
All the vehicles in question are equipped with a rotary-style gear selector, a type of shifter that's triggered similar investigations among other automakers.
Owners are advised to use the parking brake while the investigation moves forward.
Kia has one last teaser up its sleeve before it unveils its sport sedan in Detroit.
This final offering gives us a look at various elements of the vehicle's design from its turbo charged V6 engine to its quad tailpipes and everything in between.
It's promised to be Kia's quickest car to date with a 0 to 60 time of about 5.1 seconds.
The Sedan will be shown off at the Detroit Auto Show next week.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com, we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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