AutoComplete: Germany is making Audi pay up for diesel cheating
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
Not content with merely locking up its now former CEO, the German government is slapping Audi with an 800 million euro fine for its dirty diesel deeds.
Audi said that it will appeal the fine, because Cuz let's face it, it's probably as tired of hearing about German diesel cheating as the rest of us are.
Lyft is offering $299 monthly subscription for 30 rides, which sounds pretty great at first, but we read the fine print and it's less awesome than it Than it seems, if you go over that 30 ride number or have rides that work out to more than $15 per trip, you're paying more, albeit at a slight discount.
Also, the rides don't roll over from month to month, so use them or lose them, ye carless millennials.
Personally, we'd skip the subscription and spend that money on avocado toast.
Portia's GTS trim vehicles are always among our favorites because they strike a near perfect balance between cost and performance.
The next model to get the GTS treatment is the Panamera and the catnip for car nerds Sport Turismo, both get more power, and torque, bigger brakes and a sports exhaust, along with the first ever heads up display in a Panamera.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com, we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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