AutoComplete: Tokyo prosecutors slap Ghosn, Nissan with an indictment
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Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn has been cooling his heels in a Japanese jail until recently when his detention ended.
Unfortunately for him, Greg Kelly and Nissan, the Japanese authorities handed down an enditement over Ghosn's under reported wages.
Also under Japanese law the company is liable for false statements made by employees and that is looking like a whole new can of worms for the car maker.
Panz super GT racing series produces some of the coolest looking racing cars on Earth and that's giving us high hopes for the teased Gazoo Racing Super GT racer.
Toyota is only giving us a silouhette for now, but hey, that means it's a good excuse to dig up old photos of the Tom's/Castrol racing Supra from the 90's and dream.
We got up close and personal with Tesla's navigating on autopilot feature a few weeks ago, and dang it if we didn't come away impressed.
But clearly our praise just isn't enough for old Elon because he's taken to Twitter to hype up some of the forthcoming features for the system.
In his tweet, he clamed that soon it will be able to handle traffic lights, stop signs, and yes, roundabouts, which would be cool if it works as advertised.
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