AutoComplete: Ferrari unveils 789-horsepower 812 Superfast
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
Ferrari just unveiled a car with a somewhat silly name.
The all-new 812 Superfast packs a 789 horsepower V12 engine, the automaker's most powerful V12 yet.
It also includes electronic power steering, rear-axle steering, and active aerodynamics across the front end.
It debuts at the Geneva auto show in just a couple weeks.
If you have to ask, you can't afford it.
Elon Musk did a good deed.
After learning that a German Model S owner used his own car to stop a vehicle with an unconscious driver, Elon Musk took to Twitter and offered to pay the man's repair bills And put his car up at the front of the line for repairs.
Damage is estimated at about 10 thousand for both cars, which is a drop in the bucket for the billionaire CEO.
Toyota is recalling all 2,800 Mirais hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
Under very unique driving conditions, pressing the accelerator to the floor might exceed an output voltage limit.
which might cause the fuel cell system to stop working.
Toyota will refresh the car software, which should take about half an hour, and that will solve the problem.
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