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CRUISE CONTROL 07/25/09
CAMARO CONVERTS, FORDS FUTURE FOURS and
Maybe your jonesing for a brand new Camaro Convertible or a Bumblebee edition
from the Transformers movie?? Well a couple of companies have you covered oris that uncovered?
Adding and Subtracting: Two popular models; one might be losing a pair of doors another might gain a set.
Its Fours for the future: The plans for less cylinders and more power.
And Pulsing and Gliding in the 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
CRUISE CONTROL 07/18/09
MAXIMUM BOB, MOST APPEALING BRANDS and
THE NEW JAG XJ
Maximum Bob!. GM'S new marketing guy Bob Lutz chatted this week about a
number of topics one of them the
future of the rear wheel drive Chevy
Caprice got a little bit confusing.
Which automotive brand is most
appealing to US Customers.
Racing takes a hit thanks to the
economy; sponsorships canceled and teams dissolved.
The new Jaguar XJ was revealed last
week. Its sleeker, lighter and more technologically advanced than the model it replaces.
CRUISE CONTROL 07/11/09
BUSINESS NOT USUAL AT GM, HONDA CROSSTOUR and
“Business as usual is over at General Motors,” they are the words of GM CEO
Fritz Henderson . It's A new dawn for General Motors as they exit bankruptcy.
And the surprise of the week one popular executive cancels his retirement
and gets a new job.
He runs one of the most successful Horsepower havens in the country. And he's got the solution if your performance ride needs an injection of ponies. We will hear from John Hennessey about how he has pumped up the brand new Camaro.
CRUISE CONTROL 07/4/09
KICKBUTT CAMARO, SUZUKI'S FREE GAS, NHTSA CHANGES
The future of GM is up to the Judge. GM says if the deal is not approvedget ready for Catastrophic Consequences.
At the same time the 2010
Camaro is kicking Mustangs
butt when it comes to sales. And speaking of Butts we've had ours
in a 2010 Camaro RS and we'll have a full at the wheel review.
Suzuki's got what it thinks is a solution to dismal sales. Free Gas.
And does NHTSA have some changes in mind for all new cars and trucks?