AutoComplete: Porsche tows Airbus A380, earns world record in process
Here's what's making news on Road Show, Porsche Cayenne has earn a world record by going way above and beyond it stated tow capacity.
A 2017Cayenne Diesel just pulled a 628,000 Air France Airbus A380 that again the Guinness World Record for heaviest tow by a production vehicle.
Impressively the SUV was bone stack the only special part that was need was the hook-up to connect the airplane to the Cayenne stack towing equipment BMW's Designworks has teamed up with Shell to envision the hydrogen filling station of the future.
There oasis concept features a relatively traditional pump that still looks much sleeker then the one at your corner station.
Screens on the nozzle help.
New owners figure out how to fill up correctly and the pump itself features a giant display that can teach owners about hydrogen or pull up a map to provide route information.
Several automakers and suppliers find themselves in the middle of a rather large patent investigation.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has opened an investigation into BMW, Toyota, Honda, and others Alleging that thermoplastic parts used in these automaker's products violate the company's patent.
The investigation is just getting underway and a judge has yet to determine if it's even a valid allegation.
But if it is, automakers and suppliers might have to write out some pretty hefty checks.
Find more on these stores over on the RoadShow.com.
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