AutoComplete: Here's why Mitsubishi cheated on its fuel-economy reporting
Today's Tuesday, the second of August, and here's what making news at Road Show.
Mitsubishi hired outside investigators to look into the cause of its recent MPG cheating scandal, and their answer is a lack of adult supervision.
Engineers faced with impossible MPG targets felt they couldn't tell their bosses, so they cheated as the lesser of two evils in a poor company culture.
The most affordable Mercedes Benz in the U.S. is now a cargo van.
The Metris Worker starts at $26,000.
thousands cheaper than a CLA, though it only comes in white.
That big 3-pointed star that points up front either says your business is high class or high mark up.
and you may have seen a story about a guy who hacked his Tesla Model S to play Pokemon Go through its cameras and touch screen Cool, except we broke down the GIF of that frame by frame and have determined it's a fake.
And if anyone has ideas about how our team can better spend their working hours, that would be great.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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