Industry News

Infiniti announces IPL line
Auto Show Season Now Open
2009 LA Auto Show
Meet George B. He just traded in his 750iL for a......Chevy Impala?

The 2009 Detroit Auto Show - A Role Call for the Industry
2009 Detroit Auto Show
The 2009 North American International Auto Show in Detroit was a sign of the times and test to see who is still in the game, who is on the sidelines, and who has left the stadium.
Is anybody buying cars in America today?
The Big 3 is in danger of becoming extinct.
2008 Los Angeles Auto Show
The 2008 Los Angeles Auto Show kicks of the auto show season.
Audi Mileage Marathon
In an effort to promote clean diesel technology, Audi drove 23 vehicles across the US in 14 days.
Time to get sensible, America
We have been living beyond our means for too long.  Changing the car we drive is inevitable.
The Diesel Invasion is Here!
Clean diesel technology is on the verge of an American invasion, and that is welcome news.
What has happened to our cars?
As cars become more dependent on computers, they are taking over the driving process.
Are today's cars too high-tech?
As Americans, we spend a lot of time in our cars and like every other aspect of our lives, we have to be entertained while driving.
Hyundai seeks LPG option
Hyundai Motor Company announced plans to start retail sales of its first LPG-electric hybrid vehicle in July 2009.
Is 400 the new 300?
Manufacturers keep building faster, more powerful cars, but is anybody driving them on the track?
Nissan commits to Electric Vehicles
Nissan announces investment in electric vehicle technology to offer consumers alternative to high prices of gasoline.
11 Billion Fewer Miles in March
$4.00+ gas prices are definitely having an effect on our driving habits.
Audi Sportscar Experience
Audi's Consumer Racing School and Napa Valley - The Perfect Combination
Certified Pre-Owned Cars Coming into their Own
The lines have been blurred between buying a new car and a certified-pre owned car.
2008 North American International Auto Show
This year’s NAIAS show was a tale of two stories. First there is the story of finding a solution to the rising cost of oil as the reality of $4 per gallon gasoline nears; and then there is the story of the most significant auto show in America and a long list of reveals.
2007 Los Angeles Auto Show goes Green
2007 LA Auto Show focuses on alternative fuel vehicles.
LA Auto Show focuses on performance
The 2009 Nissan GT-R supercar was among the highlights of the LA Auto Show which showcased performance rather than utility.
Volvo launched new technology to fight drunk driving
Crossovers in the Crosshairs
Crossovers are popping up everywhere, but which one is right for you?
Diesels to overtake hybrids by 2012
We've been saying it for years, but it's time to get ready for the Diesel Revolution in the U.S.
Resurgance of the Coupe
We are in the midst of a coupe coup and the winner is the American driver. Thrity years ago, coupes accounted for 25% of vehicle sales. That number declined to less than 5% in 2004. Today, coupes are on the rebound.
GM announces Chevy Volt - concept plug-in
The race is on to see which manufacturer and which technology will rule our roads.
Right time to buy a GM SUV?
The answer is yes. Gas prices have come back down to Earth and GM is dealing on their awesome SUVs. As far as full-size SUVs, Chevy and GMC are at the top of my list.
Mustang sales force Chevy and Dodge to release their own retro ponies
Last year's success with the Ford Mustang has forced Chevy and Dodge to consider bringing back some old names from the 70's - the Chevy Camaro and Dodge Challenger.