AutoComplete: The Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is impressively fastPlus: Toyota and Shell build some hydrogen stations, and FCA recalls its AWD sedans for loose driveshaft bolts.
Here's what's making news on road show. Chevrolet's Camaro has always been fast but it's latest ZL1 is very, very fast. Bow tie engineers took the 2017 ZL1 out for some top speed test runs and the coupe averaged 198 miles per hour with normal vehicle settings and it's tyres inflated to the recommended level. With additional tire pressure and cambers set to zero degrees its average topped 200 miles per hour. It goes without saying, but don't try this one at home, kids. Toyota and Shell are teaming up to flesh out California's hydrogen infrastructure. Shell will build seven new hydrogen refueling stations in order to bring the Golden State closer to its goal of 100 such stations. By 2024. Right now though, there are only 25. With Toyota and Shell contributing about $11 million and hoping to receive a state grant for another $16 million, it's clear these stations don't come cheap. Fiat Chrysler has issued a voluntary recall for about 69,000 examples of it's 2014 to 2017 Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300. All of which came equipped with all wheel drive. Their front driveshaft bolts may come loose, and if they do, said driveshafts may just disconnects. Which could cause a serious mess if it happens at speed, dealers will replace all eight bolts in question, all of which will presumably be tightened to spec. Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com. We'll talk to you tomorrow.