AutoComplete for July 21, 2016: Elon Musk unveils Tesla's second 'master plan'
Today is THursday July 21st and here's what's making news on road show.
Elon Musk revealed his latest master plan last night and while it's not necessarily earth shattering, it's still quite optimistic.
In short, everything will be electric, everything will be autonomous and Some of it will be solar powered and you can make money by sharing your Tesla when it's not in use.
According to a US senate report Mercedes and Ferrari are still selling cars with potentially dangerous takata airbag inflators.
They're allowed to do so as the components were correctly until exposed to high humidities for long periods of time.
But the cars will eventually be recalled so they can be fitted with replacements.
Volkswagen invited us to Chattanooga to take a spin in its unnamed Cerebro SUV which will debut at this year's Los Angeles auto show.
It's a bit late to the game, but it's comfortable and roomy, and it stands to be a solid competitor in this segment, which includes the Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander, and Dodge Durango.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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