AutoComplete: Land Rover is teasing brand-new Defender replacement
here's what's making news on road show.
Tis the season for teasing apparently because Land Rover just released a photo of a camouflage defender replacement with a note that we should expect more info on December 27th.
We know practically nothing about the forthcoming replacement for the longest lived Landee but we're pretty danged excited to see it, whatever it looks like.
Apart from certain like some kind of William Gibson asked cyberpunk street drug, Nuro is a self-driving vehicle company that is focused on making durable little runabouts that are designed to deliver groceries.
That grocery delivery thing is officially kicking off with the Partnership with Kroger.
The program is launching in Arizona at a single Fry's food store and deliveries will cost ya six bucks.
LiDAR start-up Luminar may have Volvo as an investor.
But that doesn't mean it's not playing the fied with other auto makers.
In fact, the company has just announced a partner ship with Audi's autonomous intelligent driving subsidiary, that has been going on since June.
And which plans to see it's vehicles on the road using Luminar's LiDAR, by 2021.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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