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AutoComplete: Mercedes drops the top on the AMG GTPlus: Volvo debuts the V90 Cross Country, and Ford moves small-car production to Mexico.
Today is Thursday the 15th of September, and here's what's making news at Road Show. Some cars look as though they should have always been a convertible. And the Mercedes AMG GT is one of them. Apparently Mercedes noticed that too. And they've just unveiled two open versions, the GT Roadster, With 469 horsepower and the GT C Roadster with 550 and a wide body. Hot. We were hoping to get a look at the latest jacked up Volvo at the Paris Auto Show in a couple of weeks but they've decided to skip the show entirely. That means you'll have to head to the roadshow.com to get a look at the new 2017 V90 Cross Country. For the lifted chassis and rugged body [UNKNOWN]. La Ciudad del Motor. That's how you say "The Motor City" in Spanish. That's gonna come in handy as Ford moves all of its small car manufacturing for the US to Mexico. Within three years that will be done. And then the US and Canadian plants will focus on larger. And more profitable trucks, SUVs, and cross-overs. See the new drop top AMG and find more on these stories at the roadshow.com. We'll talk to you more tomorrow. [MUSIC]