AutoComplete: Lotus teases its new Type 130 electric hypercar
Here is what's making news on Road Show.
So Lotus is planning on releasing 130 all electric vehicle, the model, hey stop snickering you in the back enough.
Anyway the model dubs type 130 will be officially debuted in July and Lotus is saying that it'll be a hyper car.
We're not entirely sure what lotus means by that since it's not really done the hyper car thing before and it's not giving us any specs but surely it will be worth looking forward to.
British Columbia passed a piece of legislation that serves the target that all new vehicles being sold by 2040 should be zero emissions vehicles.
Lofty goal no?
But that target isn't limiting things to EVs.
It's also including fuel sold vehicles and plug-in hybrids as well.
So Kennedy's fanciest promise might just have a fighting chance of meeting that target.
Soon enough, the only sound you'll hear on roads and BC will be the [UNKNOWN] tone of Russia's 2112 and the slurp of a fresh double double from Tim Hortons.
Mini is so proud of its new electric Cooper that used the little fella to a Boeing triple seven jet down some tarmac at the Frankfurt Airport.
This totally useless display of torque is pulled by tons of automakers.
However, nobody will ever be Toyota towing a space shuttle through Los Angeles, but it's cool looking nonetheless.
The new Cooper se uses some of the guts from BMW i three to get his motive force but don't expect it to have a sweet carbon chassis, like the member Still we liked it well enough when we drove it in March.
And we bet that Mini devotees will like it too.
Find more on this story over at theroadshow.com we'll to talk to you Monday.
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