AutoComplete: Tesla wants to offer 1-hour bodywork
Here's what's making news on road show.
No, it's your worst nightmare, someone backed into your shiny model three and now it has to go to the body shop.
While this might normally take weeks to fix, Elon Musk is pushing for body work to get done in an hour.
Yeah, we know that sounds like science fiction but he thinks by bringing it in house with increased parts availability that the big T can swap panels while you wait.
Mercedes-AMG has officially started production of its GT four-door coupe in Germany, and we kinda hate how much we're liking the way it looks.
This Panamera RS7 competitor is powered by the almost universally loved, four-liter turbo, AMG V8, and should make a boatload of power while sounding great and carrying at least three of your best buds.
We should see them in the US early next year.
Have you ever wanted to own an Audi but didn't actually wanna deal with owning an Audi?
Well the brand with the four rings has a solution for you.
You give 1,395 of your hard-earned dollars for month and you can have access to most of the model range, swapping cars out as often as twice a month Everything but fuel is included.
But the catch is it's only available in Dallas, Fort Worth to start.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com, We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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