AutoComplete: Volkswagen offers up a look at the refreshed 2018 Golf
Today it's Thursday, November 10th and here is what's making news on road show.
Say hello to the 2018 Volkswagen Golf.
It's sporting a fresh look outside and a whole bunch of technology inside including the configurable 12 inch active info display which replaces the gauge clutch.
Larger entertainment screen, gesture control and new active safety systems round up the updates.
It will arrive in the US eventually.
Volkswagen is not really saying when.
Nissan isn't messing around, with the success of its Versa Note.
So its 2017 mid-cycle refresh is quite mild.
There's a new front grill, which looks like every other new Nissan grill Small interior changes like larger cupholders and a second 12 volt outlet.
And that's it, really.
We'll get to see it in person at the LA show next week.
Ford is currently lacking an answer to the Honda HRV and Toyota CHR, but that's about to change.
The company Car maker will debut a new Ecosport subcompact crossover on Monday ahead of the LA Auto Show.
Based on the Fiesta platform the Ecosport is already three years old in other markets.
But since this crossover craze isn't slowing down, Ford thought it'd be a good idea to bring it stateside.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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