AutoComplete: Ford drops the top on 2018 Mustang convertible
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Ford just released the first pictures of the 2018 Mustang convertible and as you'd expect, it's exactly the same as the coupe.
Minus the whole roof thing.
It'll pack the same two engine options as the coupe as well as the new 10 speed automatic transmission.
The interior also picks up the optional 12 inch wide screen gaze display.
Both convertible and coupe variants should arrive at dealerships in the fall.
If you don't like a problem, well just bury your head in the sand.
That's what New York's Upstate Transportation Association did when it asked a state legislator to ban self-driving cars for 50 years.
On the account of jobs that are likely to be lost to automation.
If it works, sure, it won't be a problem now.
But what about in 50 years.
Well, I guess that's for our grandchildren to figure out.
Four in London have teamed up to make the U.K. capital's air a little cleaner.
Ford will hand out 20 plugin hybrid transit vans to various London businesses in order to reduce tailpipe emissions.
And clean the air up a bit.
Vans are a huge contributor to London's traffic problem, so while this move may not reduce road congestion, it may help clear up that chest congestion a bit.
Find more on these stories over on the roadshow.com and we'll talk to you on Monday.
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