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posted in January 2008
How Smart is the Smart Fortwo?
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How smart is the Smart Fortwo? Take a video tour and find out.
Rolls Royce Phantom: THE Luxury Vehicle
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Would you pay $427,000 for a Rolls Phantom? If not, at least take the video tour.
Hyundai¿s Genesis Luxury Car
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A tour of and talk about Hyundai¿s Genesis full-size luxury car
VW President on Passat CC
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VW President Hans-Jorg Hungerland talks about the company¿s new Passat CC luxury car.
Volvo Scientist on Plug-in Hybrid
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Volvo's top scientist Ichiro Sugioka discusses Volvo's plug-in hybrid concept car and what the Volvo brand stands for.
Video Tour of Ford Verve
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This video tour of Ford's Verve Euro hatchback takes us through the ins and outs of this new-world car for "millenials."
Ford Exec on the Verve Euro hatchback
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Watch this exclusive interview with Ford's Chief Creative Officer and GVP J Mays on the company¿s new world car for ¿Millenials,¿ the Verve Euro hatchback.
Mercedes' Dr. Z on Fuel Economy
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1/17/2008  Post a comment
Watch this exclusive interview with Mercedes' CEO Dieter Zetsche, aka Dr. Z, on the fuel economy of the new compact GLK SUV.
Interview with GM CEO Rick Wagoner
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GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner talks about increasing emphasis in V-6 engines over V-8s. Footage taken by DN Editor-in-Chief John Dodge at the 2008 Detroit Auto Show.
Tour of Audi R8 Concept Car
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Take a video tour of Audi's R8 concept mid-engine sports car with a V-12 diesel.
Boeing Delays Production, First Flight of 787 Dreamliner
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1/16/2008  Post a comment
Slow work from suppliers is holding up roll out
Saab Rolls Out Cross Wheel Drive
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1/15/2008  Post a comment
Allows variable torque split between left and right sides of car
OnStar to Add Stolen Vehicle Slowdown
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More than a million vehicles will use OnStar's Stolen Vehicle Slowdown technology in 2009
GM Says Volt Is Still on Schedule
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Batteries are the key for the plug-in hybrid
Smart, Daimler Show Off "Micro Hybrid"
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Integrated starter-generator offers better fuel efficiency
Smart Examines Future of EVs in Pilot Program
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Small vehicles, new battery technology could spell success, engineers say
Turbo-Charged Family Boosts Ford’s Engine Performance
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Automaker cranks out more torque with less engine
Cattle Celebrate Dodge Truck Launch
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1/14/2008  1 comment
Cowboys herd longhorn cattle down Detroit streets near auto show
Cars, Cattle Arrive at Detroit Auto Show
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1/14/2008  1 comment
Press preview includes 50 new car introductions
BMW, Intel Sponsor Formula One Demonstration at CES
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1/9/2008  Post a comment
Attendees experience sights and sounds of Formula One engines
Microsoft System Calls 9-1-1 When Airbag Deploys
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System is built atop Ford Sync and Microsoft Auto




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