AutoComplete: Genesis is doing its own subscription program
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
Genesis is looking to open it's line up to more buyers by launching its new Spectrum subscription style lease.
The program which seems to be in the same vein as Lexus' complete lease program.
Bundles your costs together which includes a lease payment, insurance and maintenance.
The best part is that Spectrum covers Genesis whole product range.
So whether you're thirsting after a G70, G80 or even that new forthcoming G90 you're gonna be in luck.
The problem with humans is that we're gross.
We crud up everything we touch and eventually that can cause us to get sick.
Hospitals have been using UV-C light to combat that for decades and now Jaguar land rover is looking at using the same technology on its vehicles.
In jaguar land rover case it wants to use the system inside the maze of tubes and Vince that form the vehicle's a each vac system to sterilize your hair before it gets to the passenger cabin.
It should come as no surprise to anyone that Porsche's GT2 RS is fast.
I mean, it's a real wheel drive purpose built sports car that packs a hair under 700 horse power and enough arrow to make modern cars weep.
Still we were caught a little off guard when we learned that the GT2 RS just smashed the production car lap record at Road Atlanta Home of the Petit Le Mans.
Porsche's technological terror managed to complete the circuit in just one minute 24.88 seconds.
For some perspective, that's over a second faster than the nationally aspirated GT3 RS and much faster than the current [UNKNOWN] Chevy's ZR1 which made the trip in one minute 26.45 seconds.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
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