AutoComplete: We drive the Tesla Model 3 Performance
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The Tesla Model 3 Performance is just now trickling out to Southern California Tesla showrooms where prospective buyers can for the first time test drive them.
Road Show was lucky enough to intercept one of these dual motor beauties and give it a whirl on the streets of LA.
It's really good and devilishly quick, thanks to 450 HP and upgraded suspension and brakes.
Audi is playing with our emotions by dropping teasers of the brand new 2nd generation Q3 in advance of its Wednesday reveal.
We're guessing based on a little video that they gave us, that it will adopt some of the design language that is featured in the new Q8 flection of SUV.
Though whether or not that's a good thing is entirely up to you.
One thing that we're sure of though, is that we're really loving this blue color.
The hottest Hyundai yet just got its first real thrashing by the motoring press at the Nurberg ring.
And our very own Jake Holmes was there to make sure that the first US-bound N car was up to snuff.
With a 2 liter 4 cylinder engine putting up nearly 300 horsepower in a 6 speed manual transmission as the only option.
We shouldn't have been too surprised that it ended up being a legit hot hash that should hang with the best that Europe has to offer.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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