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AutoComplete: Lucid Motors launches its brand with a 300+ mile electric sedanJaguar tests connectivity and autonomy, and Hyundai recalls sedans for acting like convertibles.
[MUSIC] Today's October 21st, and here's what's making news on Road Show. A company that develops battery packs for EVs is about to launch an electric car of it's own. Lucid Motors gave us some teasers of it's prototype electric Sudan, which the company claims will have a ranging excess of 300 miles. The entertainment system will have four LED screens and, of course, it will be built with full autonomy in mind. The car is still in development, and there's no firm date yet for its release. Jaguar Land Rover, with the help of Ford and Tata, is working to flesh its Autonomous Connected car technologies. By speaking to other cars, you'll be notified when traffic slows or stops ahead even if you can't see it yet. By speaking to infrastructure, the system will suggest a speed that allows you to coast through green lights without having to spot. A future with only green lights sounds great to us. Hyundai is recalling 63,000 examples of the 2015 and 2016 Sonata sedan for acting like a convertible. The loose wind deflects can cause the optional panoramic moonroof to come loose from its track. Potentially flying off while the vehicle is in motion. Seeing as how that's more of a bug than a feature, dealerships will replace the faulty wind deflector and that process should begin in December. For more on these stories head over to the roadshow.com and we'll speak to you again on Monday. [BLANK_AUDIO]