AutoComplete: The 2018 BMW M5 is going to be a monster
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BMW has let slip a few details about it's 2018 M5 well ahead of its Frankfurt motor show unveiling this September.
The car will pack a twin turbo V8 putting out more than 600 horses.
And both an eight speed automatic and all wheel drive are standard.
While purists may start weeping, worry not, because the system has a mode that disengages the front axle So the car acts just like a rear wheel driver.
Sending every bit of power out back.
All we want to know is, when can we drive it.
Uber is bringing it's ride hailing approach to commercial trucking with Uber Freight.
The division aims to connect independent owner/operators to loads that need hauling, all within an app similar to Uber's ride hailing experience.
The One Click process looks simple and Uber claims to pay all users within seven days of completing a run.
It's certainly a noble approach to an industry that covers just about every corner of the country.
Volvo's XC60 could be its most important vehicle yet as its sleek Swedish styling finally makes its way to a more affordable vehicle On service for the compact XC60 type starts at $41,500 with a more powerful T6 grant bring up the price to 44.9.
The most expensive trim TA plug in hybrid will set price back $52, 900.
Standard equipment for all XC60s includes LED headlights And the nine inch touch screen infotainment system featuring Apple Car Play and Android Auto.
Find more on these stores over at the Roadshow.com, we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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