AutoComplete: When it comes to autonomous cars, not all cities are created equalPlus: Ford's Raptor Baja run goes 360° and Verizon's traffic-straddling Jeep.
Here's what making news on road show. When it comes to their suitable for [UNKNOWN] not all cities are the same. That's the finding of traffic [UNKNOWN] firm inrix who study rank the best cities for self driving videos. In coming up with it's list inrix looked at years worth of travel in Americas 50 most populus metro areas. Focusing on travel exclusively within cities. The winning cities, well, they're not where you might think. Ever wondered what it's like to pond over the dunes in the Baja 1,000? This may be the closest you're ever gonna get. Ford has released a new 360-degree 4K VR video of its SVT Raptor in the legendary race, and it's good viewing. Narrated by Ford Truck spokesperson Denis Leary you can almost feel the sand in your teeth. We're not sure what a jacked up Jeep that can straddle cars has to do with an OBD2 dongle but Verizon's new HUM rider is so cool we're gonna let it slide. Riding on custom hydraulic stilts this promotional Grand Cherokee reminds us of that traffic straddling bus train thing in China. It went viral a few years ago. The Hum Rider is designed to bring attention to Verizon's performance tracker, "Hum". But mostly we just think it's too cool not to share. Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com. We'll talk to you tomorrow.