AutoComplete: German automakers band together to promote 5G in cars
Today's Tuesday, the 27th of September, and here's what's making news at Road Show.
Move over, 4G.
5G is coming, and more importantly, coming to cars as soon as phones.
The much faster, much more sophisticated wireless network is being advocated now by a group of automakers that call themselves the 5G Automotive Association, and include, as you might imagine, Audi, BMW and Daimler.
If you want a new Hyundai you might want to get on that.
The company's South Korean labor union, who's workers make about 40% of all of it's global vehicles, have gone on strike over wage disputes.
The company's already down 114,000 production.
And if you love the targa top Mazda MX-5 RF and want the first launch edition Note that orders just opened for the one thousand they will build.
The pricing is set at thirty three eight on Mazda's site.
Only available in an exclusive silver, with an inexplicably hand painted black roof.
Find more on these stories at theroadshow.com, we'll see you tomorrow.
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