AutoComplete: Porsche's GT2 RS set a production-car lap record at Road America
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Porsche set a production car lap record at Road America in Wisconsin, but that's not quite as big a deal as it seems in the surface.
See, Road America isn't like the Nardo Ring where lots of manufacturers go to try and set records.
So this is pretty much a wide open opportunity for the GT2 RS.
Still lapping the circuit in just 2 minutes 15.17 seconds is no mean feat regardless of what your Forza times might suggest.
So congratulations to Porche and driver David Donnahugh.
If having a package dropped at your home or office is too much of a hassle, and you own a new Ford or Lincoln vehicle Then Amazon has good news for you.
It's now made it's Key In-Car package delivery service available on 2017 or newer Fords equipped with FordPass Connect or 2018 and newer Lincoln's with Lincoln Connect.
The downside is, is that it's only available in some cities.
General Motor's boss, Mary Barra, confirmed the company's going to make an electric pickup truck.
Exciting, I know.
But we've been suspecting this was the plan for a while.
Especially with Ford and [UNKNOWN] getting cozy as of late.
[UNKNOWN] didn't really give any information on what the future electric truck could look like or what kind of specs it would have, but hey, at least it's coming, right?
Find more on these stories at theroadshow.com.
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