AutoComplete: Elon Musk says Saudi fund will foot the bill for Tesla's stock buyback
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Elon Musk's tweets about Tesla private have been viewed many as bravado, bluster, or just plain bullsh..., well, you get the idea.
And that's mostly because nobody knew where he was going to get the 70 billion dollars to actually follow through with it, until now.
In a new blog post, Musk outlines that the money's coming from the Saudi Arabian sovereign Wealth Fund, aka, the investment arm of the Saudi Government.
Is this raising any red flags for anybody else?
You tell us.
Water is wet, kittens are soft, and apparently the new Acura RDX is really safe, according to the IIHS, which just awarded the SUV its coveted Top Safety Pick+ rating.
The RDX is so safe that it managed to earn top marks in every single one of the crash tests, as well as passing all its equipment tests, including the notoriously tricky headlight test.
Good work Acura, keep it up.
Honda's sensing suite of safety systems is great and Honda knows that so it's working to make the tech standard across its entire model range.
The next model to get the sensing treatment is the 2019 Honda Civic which supports sensing as standard on all trim levels to LX to touring.
The new Civic also gets a sport trim which sits somewhere between the LX and EX trim levels and is meant for those that want to ball on a budget.
Find more on these stories over at TheRoadShow.com, we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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