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AutoComplete: Geely's Lynk & Co offers a sneak peek of its first car
Today's October 18th and here's what's making news on Road Show.
Lynk & Co, a new auto maker from Volvo's parent company Geely will unveil its first vehicle on October 20th.
For now it's brought a few teaser images, along with the promise that its vehicle will be the most connected car to date.
Lynk & Co.
will utilize a sharing style business model, so it's likely to appeal to urbanites, but we'll know for sure in just two days times.
Honda's got a new Crossover coming, but it's not for the U.S. The Honda WR-V is basically a lifted Fit with some body cladding and it sets to do battle with Volkswagen, Fiat and Ford in the South American and Indian markets.
It will be successor to the Honda Fit Twist, which is looking rather odd at this point.
Could it come to the US?
Sure, but Honda is probably concerned about cannibalizing sales of its other small crossover, the HR-V.
Lamborghini and MIT might sound like strange bedfellows.
But the two will be collaborating on research projects that further push the envelope for supercars of the future.
The pairing will focus on materials research.
But Lamborghini says it wants to create a project that looks at the idea of the supercar in the next millennium.
That's way off sure but it's never too early to start preparing.
Find out more on these stories over at TheRoadShow.com, and we'll speak to you again tomorrow.
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