AutoComplete: Ford previews four crazy SEMA 2016 F-150 concepts
Today is Friday, October 7th, and here's what's making news on Road Show.
Ford is gunning for a fifth straight year of [INAUDIBLE] 's hottest truck award with four crazy concepts.
Whether you're looking for a gilded off-road majesty, a 750 horsepower low rider, or something a bit more sedate One of Ford's concepts is bound to resonate with your inner truck nut.
You can catch all four at SEMA show in Las Vegas, which begins on November 1st.
Not all news is good news, Subaru has announced that it will discontinue sales of the XV Crosstrek Hybrid for the 2017 model year.
It was Subaru's first ever production hybrid, and the company has planned to introduce a new hybrid vehicle in the future, but it won't discuss specifics just yet.
Good night, sweet friends.
Nearly two-thirds of Volkswagen diesel owners in the United States have already signed up for the automaker's settlement according to a memorandum filed by the law firm representing TDI owners.
More than 311,000 owners Have filled out their information on the settlement's website, despite a lack of final approval from the courts.
Like us, it appears that owners just want this whole thing to be over and done with.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com, and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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