AutoComplete: We drive new Magnum P.I. star Jay Hernandez around in a pair of Ferraris
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Since the folks at CBS rebooted Magnum, PI, we thought it might be cool to have a sit-down with the new Magnum himself, Jay Hernandez, to talk about the cultural significance of the show and the importance of the Ferrari brand to the show's iconic status.
We also thought the best place to have that sit-down was the new Ferrari 488 Spider and a gorgeous 308 GTS while driving around Downtown LA.
You should check it out.
With a death of former [UNKNOWN] boss, sir [UNKNOWN] And the elevation of former jeep and [UNKNOWN] to his position, the brand with the [UNKNOWN] leadership.
Thankfully, that problem has been remedied with the appointment of former global head of [UNKNOWN] Tim Kuniskis to that seat Reid Bigland is also taking the reins at Ram, and we're curious to see how this affects the much-loved brands going forward.
Indian Motorcycles is getting serious about performance, with the debut of the production version of it's FTR1200 Street Tracker concept, and we're super excited about it.
The FTR 1200 is a brand new engine that makes 120 horsepower and 85 pound feet of torque along with a super advanced suite of lean, sensitive rider electronics.
It's due in dealer showrooms in spring of next year and we're already bugging Indian to give us one for review and wheelies.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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