"AutoComplete: Scuderia Glickenhaus starts the hype train for its next hypercar"
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AutoComplete: Scuderia Glickenhaus starts the hype train for its next hypercar
Today is Tuesday, October 11, and here's what's making news on Road Show.
The little Nissan Leaf just got a bit bigger, or at least it's range in price tag have.
The base Leaf S has quietly been upgraded from a 24 kilowatt hour battery up to 30, matching that of the costlier SV and SL models.
Ranges up to 107 miles from 84, and Nissan's also added the quick charger.
Giving an 80% charge in 30 minutes but the price has gone up, too.
Starting at just over $32 grand.
While rolling in the footsteps of its corporate parent Ford, Lincoln is looking into beginning some vehicle production in China.
Don't expect this to be a political sound byte though as the company wouldn't be moving US production east Instead just engaging with a local manufacturing to avoid having terror, becoming an increasingly important market.
Lincoln sale in 2, 3 were 8,546.
not a huge figure But triple the year before.
You can't have a hyper-car without hype and Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus is getting an early start there for its SCG003S.
The car won't be formally revealed until Geneva next year.
Year but the company is already giving us a tease, showing a few rendered images and giving us performance figures.
How does 2 Gs of cornering and a top speed of 218 miles per hour sound to you.
Because it sounds all right to us.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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