AutoComplete: Faraday Future invited us to its high-speed testing
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We were recently offered an exclusive peak at Faraday's Future FF91 1,050 horsepower electric ultra miniman thing undergoing high speed testing in Ohio.
And we actually came away pretty impressed.
The test mule nicknamed panda express for it's black and white vinyl wrap that it reflects heat.
It's several standing starts with extended runs to 150 miles per hour.
Chevrolet is an up production of it's Bolt Electric Vehicle by 20 perfect thanks to the increased, and maybe unexpected, popularity in North America and South Korea.
GM officials say that Bolt sales are up by 40 percent over last year and even managed to out sell the ever popular Nissan Leaf.
Though, only by a little.
We're excited to see the Bolt doing so well since the car we really enjoyed when we drove it last year.
The Nissan Altima, AKA The Car You Never Really Mind Getting As A Rental, is getting some new powertrain options and our man Steven Euwing flew out to the Arizona desert to sample them in the forthcoming 2019 model.
In addition to the base 2.5-Liter four cylinder engine, which incidently happens to be decent.
The Altima is now getting the turbo charged variable compression engine in which we first saw and liked in the Infinity QX50.
Finally, an Altima worth getting excited for.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com and we'll talk to ya Monday.
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