AutoComplete: Ford details the GT's five drive modes
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No matter the weather or the owner's mood, Ford's GT has a setting to match.
The auto maker has just outlined all five of the hypercar's drive modes, which include varying adjustments to the throttle, aerodynamics and suspension, along with stability and traction control systems.
Let normal and sport are for street driving, whereas track is for, well, the track.
V-Max, which prevents the rear wing from fully deploying, is all about hitting the car's top speed, which you definitely can't do on the street.
In other [UNKNOWN] news Ford has announced a series of investments in its US plants totaling 1.2 billion.
Most of that money will go toward assembly and engine manufacturing plants to support the company's reborn Ranger and Bronco models.
When they enter production in 2018 and 2020 respectively.
$200 mil will also go toward building a new data center as Ford believes it will son use 1,000 times the data as it expands into tomorrows all encompassing mobility future.
Tesla has a big new investor.
Chinese tech titan Tencent has paid $1.78 billion to acquire 5% of the Silicon Valley [UNKNOWN] While that may sound nefarious on the surface, sources close to the matter tell Road Show that Tencent has filed as a passive investor and is thus not allowed to influence or control the company through it's stake.
That still makes Tencent one of Tesla's largest stakeholders.
But CEO, Elan Musk remains top dog with about 21% of company shares under his control.
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