AutoComplete: Lexus' LC Convertible will debut at Goodwood
Here's what's making news on road show.
Lexus' flagship LC coupe is a handsome ride to be sure, but it hasn't exactly set the world on fire with customer interest and sales.
Lexus is hoping to remedy that by chopping that roof off and debuting it at the Good Wood Festival of Speed.
We saw the concept version back in Detroit earlier this year and it was a real stunner, so clearly there is a lot to look forward to Ford is recalling 1.2 million 2012 to 2017 Explorers over concerns that a fractured rear toe link, which, if it fails, would affect a driver's ability to steer the vehicle and probably cause a crash.
According to Ford, the issue is worse on vehicles that regularly see Full rear suspension articulation, so, you know, if you're rock crawling your late model Explorer then be extra careful.
Recall notices should go out soon.
Uber's Uberair flying taxi program has already been confirmed for two US cities, Dallas and Los Angeles.
But the company announced a third city during it's annual Elevate Conference.
And that city is Melbourne in Australia.
Uber plans to start test flight as early as next year and, wants to have the program up and running commercially by 2023.
Now, will that actually happen?
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