AutoComplete: Starting now, all new Tesla models come equipped for autonomous driving
Today's October 20th, and here's what's making news on Road Show.
As of October 19th, all new Tesla models being built, including the forthcoming model 3, will be equipped with the hardware necessary for full on autonomous driving.
The system comprising of a litany of cameras, radar, and ultrasonic censors can drive the car completely independent of humans.
The software to enable this system will be made available later on And until then, these new models will lack certain safety features, like autonomous emergency breaking and adaptive cruise control.
Geely's new brand Lynk & Co promised a connected car, and it definitely delivered.
The Lynk & Co 01 is the fledgling automakers first SUV and it comes as either a plug or hybrid, sporting an open entertainment platform and aiming to be sold directly to consumers online, bypassing traditional dealerships.
When the car isn't in use owner's can open it up for local sharing using the company's app.
Sales begin in China, where the car will be built, in 2017.
Only one year after everyone felt it would happen, Faraday Future, will give the public a glimpse of it's fresh production vehicle.
The electric start-up, will show off it's car, at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.
At last years CES, the company unveiled the FFzero1 supercar concept.
Defining hopes that it would unveil something more realistic first.
Find out more on these stories over at theroadshow.com, and we'll speak to you again tomorrow.
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