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Word around the campfire is that Faraday Future has completed its first production model FF91.
This is big news, as the company showed us the FF91's body in white at the end of July and hadn't expected to have a finished car until December.
This is definitely an exciting moment for the company, but remember gang, there is a big difference between building a single car and building thousands in a week.
Uber's self driving car development program all but shuttered after the incident in Arizona that resulted in the death of a pedestrian.
We didn't expect it to get going again anytime soon, but Toyota gave the dev program a shot in the heart in the form of an investment of a half a billion dollars.
And together, the companies hope to catch up to companies like Waymo in the race to autonomy.
Indian Scout entry level line of cruisier motorcycles is getting a big bump in safety thanks to the addition of standard antilock brakes on all non-black motorcycles.
This should prove to be a huge benefit to the new riders at whom the Scout is targeted.
Also new for 2019 is the inclusion of a USB socket near the speedometer on the Scout and Scout bobber models and the availability of an accessory USB socket retrofit kit for scouts going back to 2015, We're looking forward the review of the rest of Indians 2019 line up which we expect in a few weeks Find more on these stories over at TheRoadShow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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