AutoComplete: Fiat is about to dump $800 million into a 500e replacement
Here's what's making news on road show.
The Fiat 500E was not what we'd call a great car, and it's likely that Fiat-Chrysler lost money on dang near every one they sold, but that's not stopping the company from taking the lessons learned from their first electric city car.
deploying them to a second generation.
In fact, that's precisely what they're doing.
And they're sinking around $800 million into the project to get it done.
Here's to hoping that the next one does a little more than 80 miles to a charge.
Russian internet firm Yeah, index and mobility startup Hyundai MOBAs.
Not to be confused with Hyundai the car company though there is a relation there.
Have been toiling away on a self-driving car together, and the result is this Hyundai Sonata.
Now, all of the car-drives-you jokes aside, this is meant to be the first of a series of 100 test vehicles for Yandex.
This one still has Hasn't seen public roads yet, but index says it'll loose it on the streets of Moscow soon.
BMW usually goes out of its way every year to make a splash at both Villa d'Este in Italy and Monterey's car week.
And we already know what it had in store at Lake Como.
Now we're getting an idea of what's coming to the peninsula and it's mostly stuff we've already seen, like the Garmisch concept, but that isn't to say there's nothing to look forward to.
Especially the brand's contribution to the vintage races at Laguna Seca, which should include some of its greatest ever race cars like the 1974 [UNKNOWN] Batmobile.
And the 1990 v12 lmr with livery by artists Jenny Holtzer.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
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