AutoComplete for July 26, 2016: Nissan unveils its first-ever single-cab TitanPorsche hopes to be a job creator, and Daimler's Mytaxi merges with Hailo.
Today's Tuesday the 26th of July and here's what's making news on Road Show. A new Titan that's less, Nissan's first ever single cab Titan, it'll offer the same abilities as the XD and crew cab trims albeit in a smaller footprint and an entry level bent. Going on sale this fall you can pick one with either a diesel or gas V-8 to start with a V-6 coming later. Here's your next job, Porsche's Mission E electric Tesla Killer. Is heading into production that they need 1,400 people to build it. You'll be cranking out a 600 horsepower, all-electric, four-door cross between a 911 and a Panamera that'll do 60 in 3.5 and take 15 minutes to get a 250 mile charge. I'm betting that's cooler than what you do now. And how do you stop a threat like Uber? Be like Voltron. Daimler is doing that by merging the strengths of it's MyTaxi service with cab hailing app, Hailo. Which will drop its name and become part of MyTaxi. They'll cover 70 million passengers and 100,000 cabs in nine EU countries. Uber shrugs. Find more of these stories over at the roadshow.com. We'll talk to you tomorrow.