AutoComplete: The first Ford GT has rolled off the assembly line
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The first Ford GT has finally rolled off the assembly line just in time to be stored for winter.
The first road going GT recently left a small facility in Toronto, Ontario.
The company wanted deliveries to begin before the end of 2016, and without a moment to spare, it achieved that goal.
Now all that's left is for Ford to drop one off with us so we can drive it.
Toyota is looking to open up its power train development with the intent of selling its fuel efficient components to auto makers looking to conform to Ever tightening regulation.
Not only would this make Toyota a very nice company, it wall also help the auto makers spread out high development cost, since the parts would be good for more than just one Toyota vehicle.
Sharing stirring but is also a physically wise decision at time.
The average cost for a new car in 2016 was just a bit over $34,000, according to research from Edmunds, a 2.7 increase over 2015.
Edmunds attributes this stump to growing truck sales and longer financing period, the latter of which helps buyers stretch their budgets.
That puts the price of your average new car on the par with the price of a base model BMW2 series There's no plenty of affordable cars in the market but people clearly can't get enough of those $60 thousand luxury trip.
Find more on this stories over at the roadshow.com we'll talk to you all on Monday.
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