AutoComplete: Tesla's Autonomy Investor Day is here
Here's what's making news on Road Show, Elon Musk has promised to give Tesla's investors a look at the company's long hyped but never seen full self-driving technology, during Tesla's first autonomy investor day.
The event, with Which will be livestreamed because, you know, Tesla is taking place at the companies headquarters in Palo Alto today and we're really curious about what we're actually going to see there.
Infinity seems to have been building more concepts than cars lately.
But it seems like that might change in the near future.
Fancier Nissan confirmed that it would be building all its electric cars in China within the next three years.
The first electric model it plans to produce there would be based on 2018's Q inspiration concept, which we originally saw And liked in Detroit.
Even for many of us die hard car people, it's getting harder and harder to not feel like kind of a jerk for taking sports cars out and blasting them around the track just for fun, only to pump tons of extra carbon into the atmosphere.
Thankfully, Porsche has found a way to let us have our cake and eat it With it's a Porsche impact carbon offset program, all 425 ish vehicles at both Porsche experience centers as well as its subscription car fleet are already enrolled.
Now, if only we could find a way to offset the damage its cars make us want to do to our finances.
Find more on these stories over the road show.com we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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