AutoComplete: Mini debuts the Cooper SE in all its highlighter-yellow glory
Here's what's making news on roadshow.
Mini is finally showing off it's Cooper SE electric hatchback after months of stunts and teases and the result is that, well, it looks like a mini with some high letter yellow plastic thrown at it.
That isn't to say it looks bad, it just looks fine.
Performance seems like it'll be decent and we expect handling to be typical mini great, especially with its low mounted battery pack.
It'll go on sale as a 2020 model but we don't have a specific timeframe for when it will hit dealers.
BMW is putting the final touches on a project that sought installing 100 electric vehicle chargers at national parks across America.
Currently, the brand says it has 90 of those chargers installed and operational and it's in process on the last 10.
The idea behind this initiative is to make weekend destinations like national parks more accessible without using fossil fuels.
The parks that got the chargers are all located in the general vicinity of large EV markets.
So maybe don't expect to juice your bolt up conveniently at Yellowstone.
We know the new mid-engine C8 Corvette is coming on July 18th and that the unveil will be live-streamed across the globe.
But what we don't know yet is what that new Vet looks like sans camo.
See, the Internet managed to dredge up a photo of the C8's **** and it looks, well, it looks like a weird Camaro.
But I'm sure that it'll look a lot cooler in the context of the rest of the car.
Find more on these store over at theroadshow.com.
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