AutoComplete: Nissan gets beastly with the 2017 GT-R Track Edition
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
You thought the GTR was hardcore you ain't seen nothing yet.
The GTR track edition will bow at the New York Auto Show in April and it's meant to offer even more performance than the standard car.
There's more adhesive bonding and spot welding for more rigid chassis.
Nismo-tuned suspension, Nismo front fender and unique Recaro seats.
Performance comes at a cost, though.
In this case, it's $127,990.
It's no surprise that the Bugatti Chiron is a technological marvel, but most folks are focused on the engine.
The interior too is an embarrassment of riches worth discussing.
For example, did you know that the tweeters have diamonds in them?
We took a deep dive into the Chiron's tech so head over to theroadshow.com to take a look at bits of Bugatti that others may have missed.
The Tesla Model 3 is slowly coming together and production is slated to begin later this year.
On Twitter today, Elon Musk showed off a quick video of the Model 3's release candidate, which is an internal testing vehicle not yet ready for production It looks pretty good to us so hopefully this means mass production is right around the bend.
Find more on these stories over on theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you on Monday.
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