AutoComplete: Hyundai recalls 1 million Sonatas for seat belt gremlins
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Hyundai issued a recall for nearly 1 million examples of the 2011 to 2014 Sonata and the 2011 to 2015 Sonata Hybrid.
The issue relates to a seatbelt linkage that may disconnect from the pretensioner in the event of a collision.
Seeing as how seatbelts work best when they actually work, Hyundai will inspect and fix the parts in question in the coming months.
This week's Dodge Challenger SRT Demon video is all about the sound coming out of that tailpipe, so let's just get right to the good part.
NVIDIA is going big, real big.
It's teaming up with manufacturer PACCAR to build self driving trucks using NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 computer.
The trucks are capable level 4 autonomy which means a human is only required for certain driving mode.
Otherwise, the truck works by itself.
Which is both super interesting for us.
And super ominous for all the truckers out there.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
And we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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