AutoComplete: Tesla Model 3 outsells the Fusion and Altima
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It seems kind of crazy given how much trouble Tesla's had with the production of its model three.
But it's now the fifth best selling sedan in America, just behind Toyota's Camry and Corolla and Honda's Accord and Civic.
Having spent some time in the model three, we can see why it's so popular despite of it being around twice the cost of those cars.
Honda and GM are developing to develop an autonomous vehicle for GM's cruise self driving car division.
Honda's throwing a total of $2.75 billion at the project over the next few years, with the goal being a consumer ready self driving car for global sale in the nearish future.
Given how good Honda's engineers are when they put their minds to something and how much of a head start GM has, this could be a real dream team.
Vietnam now has its own car company called Vinfast.
In a moved that surprised a lot of people.
Its cars look dope.
Like seriously, they're way more handson than any first ever car deserves to be.
The sedan is rear wheeled drive and will be sold with two tone levels for its engine.
The SUV only gets the higher spec tone But it'll be available in rear or all wheel drive.
The cars go on sale next year in their home market but eyes on Europe after that.
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