AutoComplete: Porsche teases 2020 911 ahead of LA debut
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
Porsche has a not new 911 coming out soon.
To whet our collective whistle, Porsche threw out a veritable cornucopia of teasers, showing a lightly camouflaged 911 undergoing all kinds of extreme weather testing.
The most major visual change is out back where in you said of tail lights look similar to those on the Cayenne and Panamera.
It's all but guaranteed that we'll see the twenty twenty nine eleven at the LA Auto Show after Thanksgiving.
Nikola wants to break into Europe and it's doing that with the Tre.
A hydrogen electric truck designed specifically for European trucking regulations.
Based on the spec ordered, it's believed to deliver between 500 and 1,000 electric horsepower with a range between 310 and 745 miles.
It'll start testing in Norway in 2020 and the company estimates the start of production in either 2022 or 2023.
Toyota will be the next major automaker to dip it's toes in the subscription serve pool.
Toyota will launch Kinto as a pilot program in Tokyo in 2019.
According to remarks from Akio Toyoda himself, its monthly payments will cover maintenance and insurance and it sounds like it will accommodate both car swaps and early cancellations.
Helping separate it from care by Volvo.
Toyota is also looking into a perk program that will reward subscribers for safe driving and regular trips to the dealership.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
And we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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