AutoComplete: Nikola One's fuel cell truck is ready to change the industry
Here is what's making news on road show.
Maybe the Nikola one isn't vapor ware after all.
The company hasn't unveiled its hydrogen fuel cell semi truck and it promises 1,000 horse power, 2,000 ton feet of tour work and an operating range of 1,200 miles.
Nikola claims the truck will come with four key cards TVs 4G hotspots and one or two full size beds.
That's nicer than some people's houses.
There's still a long way to go though, but, there's some time to get there.
The company wants its trucks on the road in 2020.
Headlights aren't often thought of as cool, but Mercedes digital lights definitely is.
Using mirrors, LEDs, and computer controls.
Benz's digital light can display HD quality on the road.
Things like navigation directions, or safety system warnings.
It can also dip the lights to prevent dazzling oncoming drivers or cyclist.
And it'll even project a cross walk Walk on the ground to let pedestrians know that it's okay to cross the road.
Toyota's Camry isn't the most interesting vehicle out there.
But it's still America's best-selling car.
What's more, the Japanese automaker may be looking to finally remedy the Sudan's [UNKNOWN] image with an all new 2018 model.
Toyota has only revealed one corner of the car, but already the teaser images suggests that this Camry could have some of the design reach found in the new Prius.
Hopefully it's prettier, much prettier.
We'll find out when we see it in the tin and the Detroit Auto Show in January.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you Monday.
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