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AutoComplete: Hyundai and Kia recall 1M vehicles for seizing enginesPlus: Ford built a clever baby cot, and Kreisel Electric built an all-electric Porsche racecar.
Here's what's making news on Road Show. Hyundai and Kia have recalled more than one million vehicles for potential engine issues. Models ranging from the Kia Sorrento to the Hyundai Santa Fe have been issued engine oil delivery which could start connecting rod bearings of their oil. If this happens the engine may start knocking or it may cease entirely when the vehicle's in motion. Next month dealerships will inspect the effected car to see if their engines need replacing. An easy way to get a baby to sleep is to take it for a nighttime drive. But that's not always an optimal solution. Ford has found a way around that problem with the Max Motor Dreams. A cot built specifically to mimic the feeling of a night drive. The cot rock gently mimicking a car driving down the road while LEDs cast a warm glow similar to passing street lights. It's just a concept for now, but Ford is thinking about putting them into production. Kreisel Electric has turned an old race car into a modern supercar. It's taking brand new Porsche 910 bodies from EVEX and adding 490 horsepowers worth of electric motors. And a 53 kilowatt-hour battery. The result is a dead silent racecar that will hustle to 60 miles per hour in just 2.5 seconds. Even with a top speed nearing 200 miles per hour, its battery still provides a range north of 200 miles. Thinking about picking one up? Well, you're going to need about $1 million. Find more on these stories over on theroadshow.com an we'll talk to you next week.