AutoComplete: Maserati will build an electrified sports car in 2020
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Maserati Grantutismo and Grandcabrio are both getting really long in the tooth, and are due for replacement soon.
Maserati is being showing off it's [UNKNOWN] concept for a while While now, but we're doing the campfires at the Italian sports car maker will be ready to build an electrified sports car in pre-production form at an upgraded Modena Factory by 2020 with the idea that production cars will be ready for Market the following year Mitsubishi is planning to pull the wraps off of its newest ASX SUV in Geneva next month and that likely means we'll be getting it in the US only badged as an Outlander Sport or something.
The new cartridges it's old weird nose and gets a stronger looking front.
Its designers also decided to retool the rear of the car with new lighting and a new bumper It's a fairly comprehensive refresh, aesthetically anyway, and we're curious.
Total drive, Ford Europe is getting into this thing where it uses automotive technologies to solve non-automotive problems.
It's first crack at it, so building a noise-canceling dog house to help protect your furry best bud from thunder and fireworks.
Now Ford is using lane keep assistance technology on the bed to curtail your partners in better bed hogging ways Sensors track your body as you sleep and when you or your partner crossed the Centerline of the bed conveyor belt automatically movie back to your respective side pretty cool stuff, but don't expect to be able to buy one because it's just a concept find more of these stories over the road show.com.
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