Long Term Tests
By Chris Haak07.17.2007In the next few years, we'll see more diesels offered in the US than probably at any time in history. Why? Higher corporate fuel economy standards are...
17 Jul, 07
GM May Eat Some Of Two-Mode Hybrid Cost
The good news? 25% fuel economy improvement. The bad news? Read on...By Chris Haak07.09.2007GM's upcoming two-mode hybrid system, which the company promises will increase...
09 Jul, 07
Future Scion Product: Subaru Tribeca Rebadge?
Does a $30,000 crossover fit into Scion's lineup?By Chris Haak07.03.2007According to industry publication Automotive News, Japanese magazine New Model Magazine X recently showed a...
03 Jul, 07
Ford’s Future Powertrain Direction
Ford's future engine lineup will be both powerful and miserly.By Chris Haak07.02.2007While many auto manufacturers are scratching their heads trying to decide how to meet likely...
02 Jul, 07
Toyota is the World’s Largest Automaker
This has become nearly a non-event because of all the speculation that it would occur sometime this year, but Toyota Motor Corporation has finally surpassed General Motors as the...
24 Apr, 07
Nissan to Sell Logans in Mexico
2007 Renault Logan Industry newspaper Automotive News reported today that the Renault Logan, a car developed specifically for developing markets and sold at an extremely low...
12 Apr, 07
Porsche Continues to Purchase Volkswagen Shares
Ferdinand Piech By Chris Haak 03.30.2007 Over the past several months, Porsche has steadily increased its stake in fellow German carmaker Volkswagen. The other day, Porsche...
31 Mar, 07
The 2007 Chicago Auto Show in Review
The 2007 Chicago Auto show is winding down, and although we didn’t see as many significant introductions in Chicago as we did in Detroit last month, there were still a few...
12 Feb, 07
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