AutoComplete: Hyundai and Kia are under federal investigation for recalls
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Hyundai and Kia are under federal investigation over whether or not their recent recall of over 1 million vehicles for engines defect was handled properly.
If the Department of Justice and NHTSA find that there is any wrongdoing, the Korean automakers could be expect to be hit with some weighty fines, based on the historical precedent with Toyota and Volkswagen.
McLaren announced that it's planning on debuting its next supercar December 8, and word around the campfire is that it's going to be a drop-top version of the 720S, which given how good Mc convertibles have been historically is good news.
So pack your beanie, or toke if you're one of our friends from the great White North and get ready for some super cold when you're here driving.
Mazda isn't the necessarily the quickest adopter of new in-car infotainment tech but it is doing something kind of radical for offering retroactive compatibility with Apple Carplay and Android Auto for select Mazdas going back to 2014.
Of course, Mazda will charge you 200 greenbacks for the privilege but that's a massive update for your older car.
Find more on these stories over at theRoadShow.com.
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