AutoComplete: Tesla launches a mobile Design Studio
Today is Wednesday, the 7 of September and here's what's making news at Road Show.
If there's no Tesla store near you there soon will be.
Tesla's built a store, they call it a design studio in an AirStream trailer towed by a Model X. You can request it come specifically to your town on its tour, but remember if you do buy a car you'll need to get it serviced one day and there's no free trailer coming to do that.
Mercedes making Amazon look like Luddites.
The new Mercedes electric vision cargo van is autonomous.
Not just in driving, but in package handling.
The human merely takes the package from a van window to your door.
Or the dual integrated rooftop drones could do that.
Job loss dead ahead.
And Land Rover's hired survival.
Celebrity Bear Grylls to jump out of a plane while reconfiguring the seat in a waiting Land Rover Discovery.
That's because the new Disco has power second and third row seats controlled by an app.
Trying to think of one time I would use that.
See the parachute seat thingy and read more about these stories at theroadshow.com.
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