Today is Wednesday October 12th and here's what's making news on Road Show.
self-driving cars have arrived in Great Britain and draped in the union jack no less.
These two seat electric pods have started testing in Milton Keynes, a town with wide swaths of pavement and plenty of pedestrians and bike trails.
Autonomous vehicles will move to British motorways in 2017 as the country aims to become an autonomous destination in the next few years.
If you regularly get out of your new Prius without putting it in park, it's time to change your habits.
Toyota recalled 92,000 examples of the 2016 and 2017 Prius for a parking brake that could randomly fail.
The fix involves attaching two clips to the parking brake cable's dust boot, and owners will be notified starting in November.
For some people, even the most expensive cars in the world aren't enough.
Aftermarket company Masonry answers that call.
And its latest creation, a Bentley Bentayga, is definitely an acquired taste.
Sporting a super gaudy body kit, massive rims and a steering wheel out of a Salvador Dali painting, it's not for everybody or anybody.
But if it's up your alley, you can check it out at [INAUDIBLE].
Month in Los Vegas.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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