AutoComplete: The Ford Bronco looks rugged, capable and awesome
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
SUV fans have been nervous about the long-rumored Bronco ever since Chevy brought back the Blazer as a plain Jane softroader, but, if these new photos that Ford showed at a recent dealer meeting are anything to go by, those fears are unfounded.
This new Bronco looks like an ICON 4x4 BR got frisky with a late-model Land Rover Defender, and it's amazing.
Waymo has been quietly running a pilot program for its driverless car service in Arizona for a limited pool of people for free.
That might be about to change since word around the campfire is that Waymo is about to flip the switch on a commercial version of this service.
It would likely be called something new, and make its debut next month, according to Bloomberg.
Would you take a ride from a driverless car like Weymo's?
BMW's forthcoming 3 Series just got its hottest version yet with the pre-LA Auto Show announcement of the M340I.
This new facet is packing 382 horsepower and 369 pound feet of torque alongside a 25% stiffer body and a whole host of Go-Fast M sport parts.
The baron news here, is that there will be no manual transmission option available.
Only an eight speed auto.
Que that sad trombone.
Find more on these stories over on the road show dot com.
Talk to you tomorrow.
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