AutoComplete: Ford, Toyota expand Takata recall lists by hundreds of thousands of cars
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Both Toyota and Ford have expanded their Takata airbag inflator recalls.
Ford added another 816,000 vehicles to the list, while Toyota added just 543 3000.
The new editions have faulty passenger side air bag inflaters that dealerships will replace for free.
Most of the cars on the list are pretty standard, but there are two super cars in the mix, too.
The Ford GT and the Lexus LFA.
Tesla finally released pricing information for its new paid supercharging scheme.
Pricing will vary state by state in the U.S. and country by country in the EU.
Most places will charge by the kilowatt hour, but regulations force Tesla to charge by the minute in certain states.
It should cost about $120 in electricity to drive from New York to Los Angeles, and just $15 to get from L.A. to San Francisco.
This only affects cars ordered after January 15th.
All vehicles ordered prior to that day will be grandfathered into unlimited free super charging.
Lotus just built a hell of a race car.
The new Exige Race 380 is an even more hardcore version of the street legal Exige Sport 380.
It's a 3.5 liter supercharged V6 Putting out 375 horse power and 302 pound [UNKNOWN] of torque.
It will reach 60 miles per hour in 3.2 seconds and it's aerodynamic add ons create 529 pounds of downforce.
It's covered in carbon fiber, comes with a full roll cage, FIA compliant race seat, and no air bags or headlights.
Sign me up for three.
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