Columbus, Ohio has earned $140 million to be a living laboratory for the future of transport. Don't act so surprised.
A lot of things go down when a high-profile company is in high-profile trouble – unlikely entities can arrive with unexpected sums of money and take the company in unpredicatble directions. Such was the case with DeLorean Motor Car – which is still in business in Texas – when the business, headquartered in Detroit and building cars in Ireland, was taken over by the Russian emigrant who founded discount retail stores Big Lots and Odd Lots.
If you live in a warm weather state and haven't experienced icy roads before, we've got some video that will show you what your northern friends have been talking about. Actually, if you're a veteran of snow and ice, own a four-wheel-drive vehicle and don't slow down when it's slippery because you think your 4-high is infallible, we really have a video for you.
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