AutoComplete: Velar is Range Rover's first new line in 10 years
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There's a new Range Rover in town, and it's name is Velar.
Land Rover will debut a new line of Range Rover vehicles on March 1, ahead of Geneva, and the line is destined to slot between Evoque and Range Rover Sport.
It looks a bit coupe-like, and rumor is, it's based on Jag's F base.
The moniker comes from the Latin term meaning to cover.
Which was a code name for the original Range Rover prototypes.
My grade school Latin teacher suggests the model should actually be pronounced [UNKNOWN] but I'll let them have this.
UPS is testing a truck based drone service to more efficiently reach customers in the sticks.
A drone with 30 minutes of flight time can carry a package weighing up to ten pounds.
It's loaded through a special dock on the top of a truck.
And while it's making a delivery, its driver can head to the next stop.
Not only is this a neat concept.
It could save UPS a ton of money.
What can Brown Air drop for you?
Cadillac's oft maligned Cue infotainment system is being upgraded.
Packing a flatter menu design and a greater reliance on cloud services, this new Cue hits dealerships in the 2017.5 CTS this quarter.
It's capable of transferring preferences between vehicles and its connected navigation can offer routes based on the driver's preferred roads and traffic conditions.
It's a much classier look but we just hope it's easier to use and more reliable.
Find more on these stories over at the Roadshow.com, we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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