AutoComplete for July 22, 2016: Volkswagen suspends vehicle sales in South Korea
Today is July 22 and here is what is making news on Road Show.
Volkswagen has suspended sale of most of it's vehicles in South Korea as the country's environment ministry decides whether or not to revoke certifications For more than 30 VW group models including Audi's and Bentley's.
Korea has taken VW's diesel issues very seriously, even going so far as to arrest a local executive.
Getting a loan to build an electric vehicle charge has just got a little easier thanks to the US department of energy.
The DOE is Extending its loan program to include companies wishing to build EV charges, in the hopes that it will flesh out the infrastructure and help drive demand for electric cars.
And finally, Honda's built a concept car for Comic-Con based on Sonic the Hedgehog, and it's something.
Just look at it, it's weird.
We're actually glad you will be able to buy this at the dealership.
For more on these stories, head over to the roadshow.com, and we'll talk to you next week.
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