AutoComplete: Hyundai and Kia invest $90 million in Rimac
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Hyundai and Kia are just the latest automakers to develop a fever for the flavor of Croatian eevee startup, Rimac Automobili.
The Korean brands announced that they'll be investing a whopping $90 million in the eevee maker, and that they will be partnering to develop future performance electric vehicles.
This sounds like an awesome plan and we cannot wait to see what they all get up to together.
Getting into a car crash sucks and it can be really disorienting.
But it's also a critical time to document what happened and protect yourself later.
Normally this is pretty tough to do.
But with all the adrenaline flowing through you.
But Volvo developed an app that not only helps you get in touch with emergency services.
It also runs you through a post crash check list to make sure you have everything handled to more quickly get you car repaired and back on the road.
Water is wet, the sky and blue and people love Miata's.
Those are just facts of life but Mazda seemingly forgot to take the last one into account when it announced it's limited edition 30th anniversary Miata.
The initial US allotment of 500 cars sold out in less than four hours, but Mazda finally recognized the error of its ways and is bringing 143 more of the little orange lovelies to market here.
It's not yet clear how those remaining Cars will be allocated, whether it's going from a list of interested parties in order or by a lottery, but either way, there will be 143 stalked Mazda fans and a much larger number of bummed ones in the near future.
Find more on these stories over the road show that come.
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