AutoComplete: Harley-Davidson's electric LiveWire is going into production
Here's what's making news on road show.
Harley Davidson has been promising us, a production version of it's Livewire electric motorcycle for years now.
But it looks like it's finally about to deliver.
Harley drop the news on us from the EICMA show in Italy.
And the bike specs looks like they were worth waiting for.
Seven riding modes, brembo brakes
Fully adjustable show of suspension and DC fast charging compatibility were among the highlights.
Preorders open in January.
[UNKNOWN] is investigating a potential recall for the windshield wipers in more than 1.7 million GM SUVs.
Apparently what's happening is that one of the ball joints in the linkage system that drives the wipers can corrode, causing the system to fail prematurely.
This is a continuation of an earlier recall of around 400,000 Chevy Equinox and GMC Terrain models.
BMW's S1000RR kind of rewrote the book on fast sport bikes when it came out nearly a decade ago.
And since then it's only gotten better, faster, and smarter.
BMW though is really one content to rest on its laurels so it's rebooting the bike for the 2020 model year.
Gone is the weird asymmetrical headlight.
And in its place is a more traditional and handsome nose.
And there's more power on tap, too, eight, to be specific.
And the bike is hauling around 22 fewer pounds.
We can't wait to throw a leg over one.
Find more on these stories over at TheRoadShow.com, and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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