Here's what's making news on Road Show.
There's a new Mustang in town, although you might not be able to tell that from behind.
The 2018 Mustang offers a fresh face and a slimmer line up.
The V6 is gone, which means the ego boost 4 banger is officially the base model.
The V8 gets more power and there's an optional 12-inch screen that replaces the gauge cluster, cuz who doesn't love screens.
GM's latest news is proof that bullying works.
After receiving all sorts of threats on social media from somebody, GM announced that it will move some axle manufacturing from Mexico to Michigan.
This move, plus an additional $1 billion investment should add thousands of jobs in the US.
If you want to affect change in 2017, Twitter seems to be the way to do it.
BMW just unveiled the 2018 4 series, and it's remarkably similar to the current model.
The 4 series now offers LED headlights as standard across the line-up, and both the interior and exterior feature some mild aesthetic updates.
Other treats include a revised suspension for the 4-series coup and the 4-series grand coupe hatchback and there's a new version of the I-drive infotainment system available as well.
Find more on these stories over at The Road Show dot com, and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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