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Lynk and Co the [UNKNOWN] subsidiary with a millennial friendly sharing economy in mind, has a new concept down.
The Lynk and Co 03 concept will debut at the Shanghai motor show this week offering handsome sedan aesthetics.
To compliment the Zero One concept crossover that was shown last year.
No specs are available yet but if it's on the same platform as the Zero One expect a multitude of electrified drive trains including a pure EV and a plug in hybrid.
The most affordable Tesla just became even more attainable.
Today, Tesla dropped the price of its Model S 75 to $69,500, making it just $1,500 more expensive that the recently discontinued Model S 60.
That money earns you 249 miles of range and a 0 to 60 time of just 5.5 seconds.
Tesla also added a panoramic glass roof and automatic rear lift gate as standard equipment.
More stuff at a lower price?
You won't hear me complaining.
Audi is heading to Shanghai and its brought along a brand new concept.
The Audi E-tron sportback starts with an electrified drive train and slaps a handsome crossover coupe body on top.
It's similar to the E-tron Cuatro concept that debuted at the 2015 Frankfort auto show and both are likely previews of future production spec Audi EVs, three of which are promised by 2020.
The future is shaping up to be mighty pretty.
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