AutoComplete: Ford is sending its GT race cars out in style with vintage liveries
Here's what's making news own road show ford's fabulous gt race cars are about to have their last blast rela and to celebrate that the blue oval has opted to give them historic racing deliveries from gt 40s of the past.
We're especially partial to the light blue and red variant in the black and white Marion.
We know we're going to be tuning in and treating these things on and a couple of weeks and so should you.
A while ago, we reported that Fiat Chrysler was in talks to merge with The PSA group which id composed Peugeot, Opel, Citroen etc..
Well it turns out that that report wasn't accurate but we were close.
FCA is now weighing a proposal from another French car maker Renault this time to join up as equals.
Given all the troubles that Renault's other partners are having Nissan and Mitsubishi in case you forgot.
We'll be really curious to see all of these shakes out.
BMW's iNEXT electric crossover thing has been in the works for a while now, and it's supposed to hit the streets sometime in 2021.
Because it's still a little far off, BMW's been a little quiet about its features.
But now we know that it'll have a great big dash-spanning curved screen that should put Mercedes' big screen surfboard thing to shame.
It's not totally clear yet how many of the car's functions will actually be controlled through this big ol' slab, but we're betting it will be most of them.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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