AutoComplete: Porsche is accepting orders for the Speedster
Here is what's making news on Road Show, Porsche has begun accepting orders for its 1948 speedster model, which means that they're probably, mostly already sold, such as the way of special edition 911 models still, you might have a chance snag one if you're good buds with your Porsche dealer and you have a giant pile of money sitting around because the speedster will retail for over 275,000 dollars.
That includes destination but doesn't include the nearly $25,000 heritage appearance pack.
Considering it's heavily backed by General Motors, it's fair to say that cruise automation isn't exactly short on cash, but that hasn't stopped it from accepting an additional $1.15 billion investment from a group of institutional investors It plans to use that cash to double it's workforce, and launch a self-driving taxi service which will be no mean feat, even with all that money.
McLaren is once again teasing a new GT model, that it says will share DNA with the super spicy looking 250 mile per hour plus Speedtail.
But this time folks from [UNKNOWN] are giving us little more by telling us that the official debut of the model will happen on May 15th at 5 AM Pacific time.
One of our staff [UNKNOWN] recently without camouflage like a month or so ago and when he came back he could no longer form full coherent sentences.
We're pretty sure that means he loved it.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
I'll talk to you tomorrow.
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