AutoComplete: Nissan teases us with the twin-turbo 370Z we always wanted
Here's what's making news on Roadshow.
For reasons that are somewhat beyond us, Nissan is teasing us with an awesome-looking hot rod 370Z that it build exclusively for SEMA.
Project Clubsport 23, as it's known, has the twin-turbo V6 from the Infiniti Q50, a limited-slip [UNKNOWN] back, and a boatload of suspension tweaks.
All of which make is probably the most desireable 370, well ever.
Hundyai has bben playing the shell game with its executives lately.
Its, in fact, sending its relatviely recently appointed North American CEO Kung Su Lee to work in the South Korean home market and hasn't yet named his replacement.
Thomas Scamera who recently came over from BMWs M division to head Hundyai's N-Division just got moved to be the boss of Autonomous and Electric Car Development.
Is this shakeup a good sign or a bad one?
You tell us.
Porsche's Project Gold caused quite a stir when it was debuted earlier this year.
In case you need reminding as to what Project Gold actually is, it's the first brand new 993 Turbo to built since 1998.
Porsche built it completely from scratch over the period of about a year and half, it's an incredible achievement.
Such an incredible achievement, in fact, that it just sold for a jaw-dropping 3.1 million dollars at a charity auction.
I mean, we know Porsche prices have been crazy for a while now, but wow.
Find more of these stories over at theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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