AutoComplete: Porsche built a station wagon, and it's amazing
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Porsche built a station wagon and it's amazing.
The Panamera Sport Turismo comes to the US later this year with a starting price just below $100,000.
It'll come with a variety of engines making between 330 and 550 horsepower And there's even a hybrid version available.
Basically it's the new Panamera but with more junk in the trunk, and the world rejoyced.
If you own a GM vehicle with an Onstar 4G LTE hotspot unlimited data is finally within reach.
GM ditched the four gigabyte and ten gigabyte data plans in favor of an unlimited data plan that will cost just $20 per month with no need to sign lengthy contracts or any of that crap.
If you only need a bit of data you can still pay $10 per month to get just one gigabyte but the unlimited plan is a pretty sweet deal either way.
Ford issued a new recall covering 32,000 examples of the 2016 twenty 17 Ford Edge.
The 2016 2017 Lincoln MKX, and the 2017 Lincoln Continental.
These cars have driver side Takata airbag components that may fail to fully inflate the airbag in the event of the collision.
Replacing the component in question will solve the problem.
Bear in mind, this is a different problem than the one that quick started the big Takata scandal last year, but it's still a problem that needs fixing.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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