AutoComplete: Volvo shifts its US plant output from China to Europe
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
Volvo had been planning to dedicate half of its new South Carolina plants production to making S60's for the chinese market.
But all these terough talk is thrown origin to that plan now Volvo is like whatever man.
And it's gonna switch to making cars for the European market instead.
It's also going to import way fewer S90 models from China, and get it's US market XC60 models from Europe instead too.
McLaren Speedtail is just Just about broke the Internet when it came out and now McLaurin is showing us its Speedtail test Mule which it lovingly dubbed Albert because England I guess?
Still it's basically the Speedtail with the 720 s nodes and we don't hate it.
Heck If they threw a big wing on the back and a scoop on the roof, it would be just about perfect.
What do you think?
We already know and love the reworked Corolla Hatchback but Toyota has been hard at work on the sedan variant, which is teasing ahead of its trainees debut, which is scheduled on November 16th.
It's not much of a teaser to be fair.
But this is a corolla we're talking about so you can probably has it to guess that how it will look.
Find more on the stories over at theroadshow.com we'll talk to you Monday.
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