AutoComplete: Volvo's new Polestar S60 is coming soon, but there's a catch
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
Volvo announced that it's taking orders starting tomorrow for the 2019 S60 T8E all wheel drive Polestar Engineered.
The big catch is that if you want one of these 415 horsepower, Olin suspension and Brimbo break equipped beasts, there are only 20 coming into the US.
But if you're gung-ho on it, it'll set you back $1,100 per month.
And you can only get it through the Care by Volvo app.
If you're the owner of a 2006 to 2014 Lexus that's packing a 3.5-liter V6, then we have some sour news for you.
Toyota announced today that upwards of 115,000 cars may use a faulty pole stamper in the fuel injection system that can crack and cause a leak.
Owners of affected can expect notices to hit their mailbox in early August.
Way back in 2010, Ford announced that it would cut its carbon emissions by 30% over the next 15 years.
Now, 8 years later and 7 years ahead of schedule, the blue oval has met its goal, thanks to the use of LED lights and solar panels in its factories among other things.
The green house gas reduction is equivalent to removing 728,000 cars from the road for a year.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
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