AutoComplete: We pit Tesla's Navigate on Autopilot against LA traffic
Here's what's making news on Road Show.
Tesla's been quietly ruling out it's new navigate on autopilot feature for a couple of weeks now, and when we got an invite to try it out in LA traffic, we couldn't say no.
The system adds a layer of functionality to autopilot with auto steer, which allows the car to change lanes based on nav data.
And it can even handle on-ramps and off-ramps, with driver confirmation of course.
It's not self-driving, but it's pretty cool We might be on the cusp of the LA Auto Show, but Genesis doesn't give a crap about that.
It debuted its new flagship G90 sedan in Seoul, and let me tell you, friends, it's a design statement.
The big front grill is at once both Volvo and Mazda, but super classy.
And the side profile and wheel design scream Toyota Sentry.
Our staff is kind of split on the look, but hey, I'm narrating this video, and I love it.
Audi's been hard at work coming up with electric cars to sell under its new E-trong badge.
The next E-trong concept is here, and it's basically an A7, which we're not mad at.
Audi's keeping mum about specs, but we bet it'll share the platform and some of the guts of the Porsche's Taycan, maybe its 800 volt charging system.
We'll know when the concept officially debut in LA tomorrow.
So stay tuned true believers.
Find more on this stories over at the roadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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