AutoComplete: Say hello to the all-new, turbocharged 2017 Honda CR-V
Today's October 13th and here's what's making news on Roadshow: 25 percent of Honda sales are CR-Vs so they also make up to the older stocks for this all new 2017 model.
The exterior is posher than before and for the first time it receives a turbocharged engine, a variant of the Xevix 1.5 meters Four banger.
Best of all, due to popular demand, it has a physical volume knob instead of some silly touch sensitive slider.
BMW's rolled out an all new 5 Series set to do battle with Mercedes Benz awesome new E Class.
The new fiver boasts two different turbo charged engines that launch Hidden away under an attractive new shell that borrows most of its styling cues from the larger seven series.
There's plenty of tech tucked in there too including gesture controls, semi-autonomous driving systems and a navigation system that uses historical data to find the optimal street parking spot.
There's insane and then there's Ken Block insane.
It's 845 horsepower Hoonigan Mustang wasn't powerful enough so [UNKNOWN] created Hoonigan version two.
The all wheel drive behemoth puts out an outstanding 1,400 horsepower from its twin-turbocharged 6.7 liter V8.
Find out more on these stories over at the roadshow.com and we'll speak to you again tomorrow
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