AutoComplete: Ford starts production of the new Ranger in Michigan
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
The recently resurrected for the US, Ford Ranger, started production today at the companies plant in Wayne Michigan.
Ford spent $850 million retooling the plant which formerly built the Focus and the C Max and as of 2020 will also build the as yet released Ford Bronco.
NHTSA's putting the brakes on a mobility start-up that's allowing its driverless shuttle to transport kids to and from school in Florida.
Transdev's EZ10 generation 2 is used to ferry kids to and from Babcock neighborhood school In Babcock, Florida.
What's interesting to us is that Transdev announced it's intentions to use its test vehicle in this capacity back in September, but it took a month for the feds to shut it down.
Nissan's flagship Maxima sedan is due for a refresh.
And that's exactly what we'll see during this years LA Auto Show.
Nissan was pretty light on details beyond the fact that it will have it an available safety shield 360 system which is Nissan's name for it's suite of active and passive safety systems.
If you're liking the new Maxima the good news is that it goes on sale in December so you won't have to wait very long to pick one up.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
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