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Suzuki Dumps Detroit Show; Sports Sedan Coming in 2009

Suzuki Dumps Detroit Show; Sports Sedan Coming in 2009

Suzuki says its new sports sedan will bow at an auto show in 2009--but it won't be the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. As Porsche has already confirmed, Suzuki will pass on attending the 2009 Detroit Auto Show. In doing so, Suzuki's abandoning Cobo Hall for more spacious digs at... read more

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The Week in Reverse

The Week in Reverse

February 22, 2008 2
 

Camaro, Mustang, Prius? 2009 Detroit Show Dates Set

Ready or not, the dates for the 2009 Detroit auto show are on the books. Show organizers say the 2009 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) opens its doors from Jan... read more February 19, 2008 by 0


 

Toyota Seriously Studying Small A-BAT Truck

Toyota Motor Corp. is studying whether there is room for a small truck that would fit underneath the existing Tacoma pickup truck. And in doing so, it’s putting the... read more February 11, 2008 by 29


 
2009 Audi R8 Le Mans

2009 Audi R8 Le Mans Concept Preview

For those who recall the bad old days of the American diesel, the 2009 Audi R8 Le Mans might seem like a contradiction in terms. Ask most Americans to describe diesel power... read more February 4, 2008 by 0


 

More Hot Server Action: Your Ten Most Popular Vehicles

With last month’s Detroit auto show and its hordes of concept cars, production cars, and high-resolution photography, it’s understandable why all the top vehicle searches... read more February 1, 2008 by 0


 

HUMMER Web Site Nabs New H3T Truck

It's embargo time again for Chicago's auto show - and the new HUMMER H3T is the latest victim to fall. HUMMERguy.net's Web site says this photo was taken in anticipation of a... read more January 25, 2008 by 1


 

Mazda Confirms Three-Door 2

For the first time, the Mazda 2 will be available as a three-door car, and it will make its debut at March’s Geneva Motor Show. The news means a sporty “hot hatch”... read more January 23, 2008 by 1


 

Flint: Detroit Show’s Crossover to Crossovers

There are the cars of fantasy--such as the $100,000 Corvette ZR1, which I call “The Devil in the Blue Dress,” and the Lexus LF-A Roadster concept. They are real if... read more January 21, 2008 by 0


 

Chrysler Sticking With Heavy-Duty Trucks

The longhorn cattle that starred in the launch of 2009 Dodge Ram may be back for an encore next year, as Chrysler LLC is already talking about the launch of its next big... read more January 21, 2008 by 1


 

Scion Releases xB 5.0; Steve Jobs Fails to Take Credit

While we finish mopping up after the press days at the 2008 Detroit auto show (lots of shredded paper, spilled lattes at the Acura stand and sweaty lanyards, ew)... read more January 16, 2008 by 3


 

I'll Have a Piece of Cloud, Please

As we've said in previous posts, the Chinese automakers at the Detroit show just didn't look quite ready for prime time in a lot of ways. Outside the obvious questions such... read more January 15, 2008 by 4


 

Detroit Gives a Nod to Star Power

Everyone's been commenting about the subdued atmosphere of the press introductions here at the Detroit show relative to years past, and after two press days have come and... read more January 15, 2008 by 2


 

Smart Ready to Sell First Cars

Smart’s two-seat fortwo seems too cute to be real--but this week, smart will deliver the first of the Benz-developed city cars to customers who signed up long ago on... read more January 15, 2008 by 10


 

Honda’s Pilot Aims for Diesel?

Honda’s confirmed its plans for adding a diesel engine to its lineup, but which vehicle would carry that engine has been a mystery. Other sources are pointing to a... read more January 15, 2008 by 2


 

Detroit Designs: Picks and Pans

At the North American International Auto Show there's a bewildering number of new designs — including quite a mix of production premieres, production-bound 'concept'... read more January 15, 2008 by 0


 

BMW: Not Much New News

It's always nice to be surprised, but BMW didn't announce anything truly new at their Detroit event. If you're a TCC regular (and you probably are because you're reading... read more January 14, 2008 by 1


 

 
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