AutoComplete: McLaren releases a Senna-themed red-and-white P1 GTR
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The level of air [INAUDIBLE] nostalgia has been strong with McClaren for awhile now but the custom commissioned Marlboro P1 GTR by McClaren's Special Operations is a whole new level of nerdery.
Don't get us wrong, is one of racing's coolest ever deliveries and the P1 GTR is a real monster.
We can only imagine it looks even cooler in person especially if its actually the super bright TV red that they used back in the period.
Toyota is recalling around 3,400 2019 Corolla hatchbacks for problems stemming from their CVT transmission.
Apparently the torque converter can fail which leaves the car dead in the proverbial water.
Toyota already has a fix for it but it involves replacing the CVT as a whole with a revised unit that has an improved torque converter.
Owners with effected vehicles should get a notice from Toyota to get their car fixed sometime in February.
Nissan had been planning on releasing a bunch of stuff at the LA Auto Show.
But plans changed when its former CEO ran into some, shall we say, legal issues.
Now that Carlos is gone baby gone, it's time to get back to business as usual for Nissan.
And that means we could be seeing a long-range Leaf at CES.
Which would be cool, because we like the Leaf.
Nissan wouldn't comment, but we feel pretty good about this hunch.
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