AutoComplete: Would you pay $750,000 for an electric Corvette?
Today is October 14th and here's what's making news on Road Show.
If your looking for a replacement for the now debunked Audi REC E TRON, perhaps you'd be willing to spend $750,000 on an all electric Corvette Five men in a shed.
That's what Genovation is hoping as it prepares to sell 75 copies of its electric GXE which is capable of a record breaking 205.6 miles an hour.
Telsa's auto pilot system might not be autonomous But some drivers are acting like it is, that's why some Germany's government send letters to Tesla owners reminding them that the system only seeks to assist the driver and the driver should remain vigilant the entire time the system is in use.
It may seem like commonsense but given the number of accidents involving autopilot.
Drivers don't seem to be paying attention.
Honda has issued a recall covering 350,000 examples of the 2016 Honda Civic Sedan and Coupe.
If the electronic parking brake is set immediately after turning the vehicle off, it may not actually engage, increasing the chances of a roll away.
Honda will update the cars software, which takes less than an hour and will fix Problem.
Until then, Honda advises owners to engage the parking brake before turning the car off.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.comand we'll speak to you again on Monday.
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