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Well it seems like everyone else has already done it, so it's only a matter of time before Ferrari build itself an SUV.
I know, I know, Enzo's probably spinning in his grave at the mere mention of it.
But it takes money to run a race team and build cars like the 488 Pista, so it had to happen eventually.
All we know about it is that it's tentatively called the PUROSANGUE.
Sorry for my pronunciation.
And that's it's probably coming out in 2022.
And there will be a hybrid variant.
Hey, remember that one time when Elon Musk was all, I'm going to take Tesla private and the funding to do it is secured.
But then it wasn't.
Yeah, so the SEC investigated that, but now the Justice Department is getting in on the fun, which is probably bad news for the beleaguered EV manufacturer and worse news for Mr. Musk.
After what seems like eons of having teased us with news tidbits and camouflaged prototypes, we have finally seen the production Audi E-Tron.
And it's pretty okay.
The all electric SUV will pack a 95 kilowatt hour battery and should do the sprint to 60 MPH in about five and a half seconds.
Starting price is just a hair over $75,000 including destination.
And it should hit the US in Q2 of 2019.
Reservations are open as we speak.
Find more on this stories over the roadshow.com, we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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