AutoComplete: Tesla's Chinese Gigafactory gets a governmental green light
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
Trade war be damned.
Mr. Musk is going to China.
Tesla has repeatedly talked about building its next gigafactory in China.
And now we know that it's going to be located near Shanghai and have a capacity of 500,000 cars per year.
We also know that Tesla has permission to start construction soon, which means it could be dodging those pesky tariffs sooner than you'd think.
What the world needs now is obviously a faster, more expensive and exclusive version of the already-silly Bugatti Chiron.
Thankfully, that's just what we're getting, and it's called the Diva.
In addition to being faster, it's suppose to handle better to.
But don't expect to see anyone whipping one on a Canyon Road anytime soon.
The [UNKNOWN] are only building 40 of them and they're going to cost around 6 million bucks.
If you are a resident of Michigan or an automotive journalist, you are well aware of how miserable and cold is in Detroit in January But the sadists that put on the North American International Auto Show have insisted on it being in winter for decades, until now.
In 2020, the Detroit Auto Show will move to June.
And that's awesome!
It will go from Being the first auto show of the year to being one of the last.
And hopefully that brings back some OEMs.
Find more on these stories at theroadshow.com.
And we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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