AutoComplete: Jaguar sings the body electric with the I-Pace EV conceptFord unveils its smallest crossover to date, and Volkswagen may finally have its 3.0-liter diesels figured out.
Today's November 15th and here's what's making news on RoadShow. Jaguar may have stolen the LA auto show before it has officially started. The company unveils the I-Pace concept, an all electric SUV with cab-forward design and battery good for 220 miles range. It looks [UNKNOWN] thanks to the extra space afforded by getting rid of the traditional gas engine. Better yet, the I-Pace will become a production model that's slated to hit dealerships in 2018. Ford also unveiled a new car, ahead of the [UNKNOWN] show, the Ecosport. This sub-compact SUV packs either a one liter three cylinder, or a two liter four cylinder engine, the latter of which also includes all-wheel drive [UNKNOWN] Ecosport Titanium has a 675-Watt Bang and Olfuson sound system. It will compete with the Honda HRV and the forthcoming Toyota CHR. Reuter's reports that Volkswagen may finally have a solution for it's over polluting 3.0 liter diesel engines. Volkswagen will reportedly buy back 20,000 older Porsche, Audi and Volkswagen diesels and fix another 60,000 by way of a software update. It won't be official until November 30th, but that's good news for the auto maker that just can't seem to escape the wiry grasp of Dieselgate. Find out more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll speak to you again tomorrow.