AutoComplete: Lamborghini turns up the wick with the 2017 Aventador S
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Christmas came a little early for Lamborghini fans.
The 2017 Aventador S packs a serious performance punch thanks to a 740 horsepower V-12 and new four-wheel steering.
Apple Car Play is now standard and both the front and rear ends have been redesigned for both aerodynamic and cooling efficiency.
It's gonna cost you though.
This sucker retails for a cool $420,000.
Honda officially announced that it will debut the 2018 Odyssey minivan at the 2017 Detroit Auto Show.
And to celebrate its release, some unorthodox teasers.
The scribbles come courtesy of Honda's Odyssey development team who had their children draw the new Odyssey.
The company released an actual teaser too, but that's nowhere near as fun.
I hope the rainbow door comes standard.
BMW's new 5 series is gonna rock down to partially electric avenue with the new 530 EI performance plug-in hybrid, packing around 248 net horsepower and an estimated all electric range of 15 miles.
It's the first BMW plug-in that can be ordered with either rear wheel or all wheel drive.
It'll come with all the same tech and safety offerings as the gas powered five series when it goes on sale next Spring.
Find out more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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