AutoComplete: Nissan's NV Cargo X is a bonkers off-road cargo van
Here's what's making news on road show.
You've never seen a work van like the Nissan Envy Cargo X built as a concept for the Chicago auto show and not [UNKNOWN] the Cargo X features 22 inches of ground clearance, custom off road suspension parts, and 37 inch mud tires.
It also supports the 5 liter Cummings diesel V8 from the Titan XD and that means it's a cargo van with 555 pound feet of torque.
We'll take three.
Hyundai's new Elantra has been on sale for a while now, but only now is the Korean auto maker getting around to replacing its hatchback variants.
The new Elantra GT also debuting in Chicago, promises similar looks to the current sedan but with some racy accoutrements throughout the interior.
You know something is sporty when red stitching is involved.
In other Nissan news the auto maker's recalling more than 340 examples of its 2015 to 2017 Altima.
Apparently a poorly routed door lock cable might cause the rear passenger door to spring open when someone attempts to lower the window.
Since that's not exactly working as intended Nissan will take in the recalled sedans and route the cable correctly free of charge.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you on Monday.
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