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AutoComplete: Faraday Future unveils its FIA Formula E liveryRinspeed rolls out its Oasis concept for CES, and Google's self-driving cars travel 2 million miles.
Today is Thursday, October 6th, and here's what's making news on Road Show. Faraday Future might not yet have a car, but it's got a pretty slick race car. The company just unveiled its Livery for the third season of the All-Electric FIA Formula E series, and I must say, it is a looker. The automaker partnered up with Dragon Racing, one of Formula E's founding teams, and Faraday hopes to begin supply the team with components by Season 4. Rinspeed has a history of producing some out there concept cars and its latest is no exception. The Oasis is a multi use autonomous vehicle with a augment to reality windshield, a living room like interior and space to grow flowers under the windshield. We'll be able to check it out in person at CES in Las Vegas this January. Google self driving cars just reached a milestone. It's fleet of autonomous vehicles has driven 2 million miles without human help. The more miles these self-driving cars cover, the more prepared they will be for use in the public sphere. The last millionth mile took just 16 months to achieve, so it's safe to say Google's fleet will hit 3 million miles in no time. Find out more on these stories over at the roadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.