AutoComplete: Shelby American releases a fancy, expensive Mustang GT
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Shelby American of private company carrying on a fine work of the certain text and trick in farmer is releasing a special rune of the Mustang GT called Shelby GT.
It's got a bunch of styling tweaks and exhaust, and over 60 grand cost of shed load more money than a Ford version.
But if you're a middle-aged dad type, then buddy, this is the car for you.
Tesla's taken the government of Ontario, Canada to court over the cancellation of an EV purchasing incentive that, because of the way it sells cars sans dealership, only really applies to Tesla.
The incentives gave those who purchased an electric or hydrogen powered vehicle a $14,000 Canadian dollar rebate on their purchase.
And the discontinuation of said rebate obviously throws a serious wrench in Tesla's works.
Grocery giant, Kroger, is kicking off its autonomous grocery delivery program in Scottsdale, Arizona, using self-driving Priuses at first, but with plans to switch over to the Nuro self-driving delivery pod later in the fall.
Right now, only one Fry's food store location is participating in the program, but that will likely change soon.
The program is already running so residents can have their groceries delivered by a cold, unfeeling robot right now.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
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