AutoComplete: Tesla Model 3 looking production ready
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Tesla's model three is nearing production, and thanks to a keen eyed camera man, we might finally have a look at it's interior.
Teslarati has posted photos of a purported model three release candidate and the pictures give us our best look yet at its interior.
As expected, a single touch screen sits in the middle of the dash And there's no traditional gauge cluster in the car.
A broad band of wood trim looks nice, but we'll have to wait until the summer to see whether or not it's actually what customers receive.
Toyota has issued a recall for around 228,000 2016 and 2017 Tacoma pickups.
According to the automaker, the trucks' rear differentials may begin to leak oil.
If that continues without the owner noticing, it may leak enough oil to where the diff seizes completely.
Toyota plans to examine affected Tacomas, and if necessary, replace gaskets or the entire differential.
Volkswagen previously announced that its T-Roc concept would soon become a production model.
And less than two months later, here's our first look at it.
VW sent out this teaser video of a camouflaged T-Roc flying through the dirt.
It may have lost the concept's removable roof panels and gained two doors, but this compact Duke NCHR Fighter still looks pretty slick.
We're hoping to see a production version as early as September at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
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