AutoComplete: Tesla stock takes a massive plunge amid exec departures
Here's what's making news on Roadshow.
Tesla execs seem to be jumping ship with surprising regularity these days, and that has investors spooked.
This, coupled with Elon Musk's erratic behavior, has seen Tesla's stock plummet in recent days, with it currently hovering around the $260 mark.
We're wondering if the company can pull itself together and get back to building cars?
And hopefully reverse this negative trend.
We hope so.
BMW is giving its X line a little love by sporting up the X2 and making its X5 plug-in hybrid more than an also ran.
To start, the X2 M35i gets two M Sport differentials, the first car in the BMW lineup to do so.
And a bunch more power which, when combined with the better brakes and suspension, should hopefully wake the little crossover up.
The X5 gets really usable, electric range of about 50 miles and a bunch more performance from the internal combustion inside of it��s [UNKNOWN].
The world lost Burt Reynolds yesterday, and [UNKNOWN] enthusiasts in particular mourn his passing.
His performances in films like Smokey and the Bandit, The Cannonball Run and the White Lightning launched a whole generation of McClure lovers and mustache afficionados.
Reynolds was one of a kind and we won't see his like again.
Find more on these stories over at the RoadShow.com.
We'll talk to you Monday.
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