AutoComplete: Mercedes builds a literal toolbox on wheels
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There are toolboxes, there are vans, and then there's this Mercedes Benz Metris concept from the Chicago Auto Show.
It's literally a toolbox on wheels, with gullwings.
The hatches open to showcase a variety of storage solutions, a tile floor, and a partition between the cargo and passenger compartments.
It's neat but, we are not so sure about the smurphy detailing.
Dodge is commemorating Mopars 80th birthday by introducing some limited edition Challengers.
The 2017 Mopar Challenger features one of two hand painted Two-tone color schemes including a host of blacked out trim pieces and sport seats with contrast stitching.
The anniversary cars pack the same 485 horse hemi V8 as the Challenger scat pack, but given their limited run, they're a fair bit more expensive.
Lucid Motors is still hard at work on its first ever EV, the Air.
It recently trekked out to Minnesota to test its future Tesla rival in the snow.
And the result is a series of long, lovely drifts.
After all, with 1,000 horses on tap, you won't be doing much [UNKNOWN] stuff other than spinning your tires.
Find more on these stories over at the-road-show.com, and we'll talk to you on Monday.
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