AutoComplete: Jaguar's XE SV Project 8 is an undomesticated 600-HP sportskitty
Here's what's making news on Roadshow.
Jaguar has lost its mind, but in the best possible way.
It's previewing its XE SV Project 8, which looks to be a super car baiting sports sedan, based on its entry-level four door.
Packing a five liter super charged V8 good for around 600 horsepower and standard all-wheel drive, this should be one fast kitty.
Even with all that camo on you can tell it's got a serious arrow kit.
Just 300 are planned worldwide so we just hope we can catch a ride.
Along with its stunning new eight series concept, BMW is gracing the Tony shorts of Italy's lake Como with an electric scooter.
Dubbed Concept Link this sleek two wheeler looks ready for a Tron walk on.
Germany isn't saying what's powering this [UNKNOWN] scoot concept But it is topping up its connected credentials.
Concept link works with special clothing to execute certain functions plus it can access the rider's appointment calendar and use that info to determine the best ride route possible.
Lyft is looking to make life a little easier for its drivers.
The company's Lyft driver app will soon allow its network of ride shares to schedule fares up to seven days in advance.
Previously, Lyft only offered scheduled rides to its drivers right before pick up times.
The move should have drivers plan better when they want to work.
Additionally, a new feature, Power Zones, offers drivers more money for taking passengers within pre-defined areas at select times.
The updates come as Lyft looks to put the hurt on embattled rival, Uber.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com.
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