AutoComplete: Tesla recalls 53K cars for parking brake issues
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Tesla just issued a voluntary recall for about 53,000 examples of the Model S and Model X, over an issue with its parking brakes.
A gear prone to fracture may cause some vehicles to remain immobile after being shifted out of park.
Tesla expects about 2% of the recalled vehicles to actually contain the defect.
Owners can head over to a service center, which will swap out the defective parking brakes for good ones.
A process that should take about 45 minutes.
Hyundai went south for the winter, real far south.
The automaker went to Antarctica to sell.
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Sir Ernest Shackleton's trans Antarctic journey.
The Santa Fe was modified with fender flares and off road tires, it was also converted to run on jet fuel, the only available fuel source in Antarctica.
Over 30 days the Santa Fe traversed nearly 4,000 miles at an average of 17 miles an hour.
There's a new Lotus Exige in town and you can't have it.
The Exige Cup 380 boasts 375 super charged horsepower and more than 440 pounds of down force.
Helping to make it every bit as track capable as a road car can be It will hit 65 miles per hour in just 3.4 seconds making it the quickest XV ever built.
Only 60 will be assembled and they're only available in Europe at a cost of approximately $106,000 each.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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