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AutoComplete: Hyundai Ioniq EV tops list of 'greenest' carsJaguar and Shell team up for in-car gas payment, and Lamborghini recalls the Aventador.
Here's what's making news on Road Show. Hyundai's Ioniq EV isn't even on sale yet, but it's already at the top of a list of greenest cars. The non profit American counsel for an energy efficient economy released its annual list of greenest cars Which takes into consideration manufacturing pollution, fuel production and tail pipe emissions. Hyundai's [UNKNOWN] tops the list, followed by BMW's I3. This is the second year in a row that a gas only model has failed to make the list. It's all EVs and hybrids. Jaguar just made paying for gas easier. On selected 2018 models including the X, C and F pace UK motors can pre-pay for fuel at a Shell station using a new Shell app built in to the infotainment system. Both PayPal and Apple Pay are supported with android pay coming later this year. If the pilot program is well received, it will expand beyond UK and eventually cover every new Jag and Land Rover vehicle. Lamborghini is recalling 1453 examples of it's Aventador supercar which includes rare variance like the Veneno. If the gas tankers are refilled liquid fuel may enter the evaporative emission system and if that happens and the car is [INAUDIBLE] while standing still, it might cause fuel vapor to contact the other exhaust pipe which could trigger an engine fire. Since YouTube tells us that most Lambda owners sit around and rev for absolutely no reason, this is not a recall to be ignored. Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.