AutoComplete: People are driving the wheels off the Lamborghini Aventador SV, literally
Here's what making news on Road Show.
The Lamborghini Aventador SV is a seriously fast car but it's 740 horsepower V12 isn't going to get you anywhere quickly if one of the car's wheels is falling off.
That's exactly what the folks in [UNKNOWN] thinking may happen so they be sure to recall.
Thankfully when the car being recalled cost an excess of half a million dollars the number of affected cars is pretty small.
Only eight in this case If you're the proud owner of a 2015 or newer General Motors vehicle, and you live in Chicago, Detroit, or Ann Arbor, then your car ownership experience might get a little less expensive, provided you're willing to let others use your vehicle.
GM's Maven peer-to-peer car sharing app would let owners add their vehicle to the Maven fleet in exchange for some sweet, sweet cash, as much as a grand per month.
If your ride gets snagged for a weekly rental or two.
You know what most people who have driven a Chevy Corvette Grand Sport don't think it needs?
Like 600 more horsepower, and yet that is exactly what famed Chevy tuner Yenko is offering with its Yenko SC Stage 2 kit.
The comprehensive kit will run you around 70 grand and can be bought from select Chevy dealers.
To hit that 1,000 magic pony mark, Yenko increased the LT1's displacement to 6.8 liters and whacked a great, big supercharger on it.
If you're a fan of silly American power, jump on this quick because there will only be 25 built.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
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