AutoComplete: Tesla is being sued over a fatal Autopilot crash
Here's what's making news on road show.
Way back in 2018, a man named Walter Huang was using autopilot and his Tesla Model X when it collided with the highway barrier, killing Wong and setting his Tesla ablaze.
The crash was pretty big news and sparked a lot of concerns over driver attentiveness and the safety of autopilot.
Now Hong's family has filed a lawsuit against Tesla seeking damages for the company's alleged negligence.
It'll be interesting to see how this plays out, and what kind of precedent they will set.
Land Rover's ditching the gasoline powered V6 engine in it's Range Rover line for a new mile hybrid Inline 6 engine based on JLR's Ingenium family.
This new six can be had in either 355 or 395 HP flavors and represents the new base engine model for the full sized Range Rover line.
Land Rover also announced pricing for the 2020 Range Rover, and guess what?
It's still expensive.
Mitsubishi's US sales have more or less been in the proverbial turlet for some time now, but that trend seems to be slowing and possibly reversing itself.
Heck, if US CEO Fred Diaz has his way, Mitsubishi will double its sales in just three or four years.
How does it plan to do that?
Well it plans to do that by increasing its digital ad spending and leveraging its partnership with Renault and Nissan to get more models into US showrooms.
It also updated its design language, and the first vehicle to wear it The Outlander Sport doesn't look half bad.
Now, we'll just have to kick back, wait, and see if Diaz's plans actually work.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com, and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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