AutoComplete: Tesla's Model 3 keeps its occupants safe as h*ck
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Tesla is a typically fair to extremely well on crash testing, with S and X regularly earning top marks but according to a blog post released by Tesla, model 3 is something else entirely.
The company claims that model 3 has the lowest injury probability of any vehicle.
What does that mean?
Well NHTSA says, that model 3 occupants are way less likely to sustain injury in front, side or rollover crashes.
Good job big T. Ford self driving car engineers must have a ton of free time on their hands to watch movies because most of the recent ideas seem to have come from 1990s action films.
Previously it was the flashing lights thing from Independence Day.
Now, it's the remote control self-driven car thing from Tomorrow Never Dies.
Ford's new patent would allow you to steer your car from your smartphone either by tilting your phone or swiping it a digital steering wheel.
Jeep's plant in Melfi, Italy is tooling up to build a plug in hybrid version of the tiny, adorable and yet somehow still trail-rated Renegade SUV.
We should expect to see pre-production prototypes sometime in 2019 with a possible on sale date in 2020.
We fully expect the compact SUV to be a blast to drive off-road with all that sweet, creamy instant electric torque.
Find more on these stories over theroadshow.com, we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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