AutoComplete: Honda's little E electric hatch gets its power figures
Here's what's making news on roadshow, we're still not clear whoever see Honda adorable and desirable E electric [UNKNOWN] on our shore, so for now, grab your seat and be jealous of all the fun I'll be having as to the world.
When we say fun, we can be relatively sure that that's the Honda e will be, with its 50 50 weight distribution, 148 horse power and more that 221 pound feet of sweet Electra [UNKNOWN].
Now, If you'll excuse us, we'll just be dreaming about a one make racing series filled with these little guys.
Now, the US Department of Transportation is widely known for having some fairly draconian regulations where headlights are concerned.
But, not all of them are old fashioned and dumb.
Now, one of these not so dumb regulations is causing around 662000 Volkswagen Atlas emphasized models to be recalled.
Because factory workers omitted a cap that usually prevents owners from adjusting their headlights horizontally.
Obviously that would be less than ideal.
Volkswagen is still figuring out how to best address this issue but it should be a relatively simple fix.
Audi is S8 model has been getting cornered stoked since we saw one pounding around the backroads of France in Ronan that D2 S8 as it's known in Audi circles made a then impressive 385 horsepower.
But you know what.
That figure just wouldn't do in today's power-crazed marketplace.
That's why the new S8 has a twin turbo V8 that makes 563 horsepower and 590 pound feet of torque.
Now, of course it's still a big comfy executive bruiser, but now it's one that should put some fear into more than a few sports cars that we can think of.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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