AutoComplete: Ferrari shows off the SF90's hybrid drivetrain
Here's what's making news on road show.
Ferrari's new hybrid power train in the SF 90 sturdily makes essentially a gazillion horsepower, thanks to its turbocharged V8 and the electric drive train assisting it.
And the folks from Manila are mighty proud of that.
To help show off their fine engineering work.
They released a video that goes into a bit of detail about the hybrid system.
It also has a super cool retro wave soundtrack.
It's definitely worth the watch if you can't wait for stranger things season three.
Finally, the solution to the problem that pre-Internet that stonners have been looking for only a couple of decades too late.
What are we talking about?
Pizza of course but delivered to your car Chevrolet just released a Domino's app for its Marketplace which is accessible through your Chevy's infotainment system.
So now you and your chill buds can kick back in your gnarly Blazer crossover and munch on some tasty [UNKNOWN].
You all right?
Please order responsibly.
A British startup is coming to Goodwood with a vintage Mustang.
But this classic pony car is unlike any other because it's been electrified.
Yeah, that's right.
This classic fastback will do the sprint to 60 in less than 4 seconds, and has a top speed of 149 miles per hour thanks to some burly motors and a 64 kilowatt hour batter pack.
Hopefully this vintage Stang makes it up the driveway.
A little better than that autonomous [UNKNOWN] did last year.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com, we'll talk to you on Monday.
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