AutoComplete: There's now a Faberge egg doing hood ornament duty on a Rolls-Royce
Here's what's making news on Roadshow a Faberge Egg clearly no longer content to play a bit part in a generic Heist film has found its way under the hood of a Rolls-Royce.
The egg and question is the second Imperial class egg to be commissioned since 1917 and will be on display in the window of Faberg�� is London store before going to its Filthy Rich owner who happens to collect both rolls-royce's.
And Faberg�� eggs.
Jaguar land and is finally adding Apple Carplay and Android Auto to its vehicles, but there's a big catch.
You're gonna have to pay for it,300 clams, to be exact.
This is a pretty common tactic amongst luxury brands, which baffles us.
Because value-oriented brands like Hyundai include it as standard in their cars.
Hyundai has perfected the robotic exoskeleton.
How, you're probably asking yourself?
Well, they didn't paint it yellow and ready it to fight Xenomorphs.
Instead, they added a chair mode.
Now, Hyundai factory workers can lock the robotic frame into a seating position for mid-day chill sesh, or more appropriately, to relieve strain on their legs as they perform complex installation tasks.
Still, pretty cool.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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