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Flint: Detroit Show’s Crossover to Crossovers

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 you’re a millionaire, and will be out soon, but will always be fantasies to most of us. There are the cars of hope—all sorts of... read more

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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


 

Subaru Forester Has Labor Pains

Everybody knows the quandary posed by the questions, "If a tree falls in the forest, but nobody is there to hear it, does it make a sound?" Well, Subaru just introduced its... read more January 14, 2008 by  2


 

Toyota Introduces Venza—A Cheaper R-Class

Being a stickler for truth, all the marketing hype from manufacturers about "creating new segments" isn't just getting old, it's tired and completely meaningless. Notice to... read more January 14, 2008 by  11


 

GM Keeps A Secret — CT Coupe Concept

GM is on a roll. The Provoq fuel-cell looks good. We hope it's the next SRX, and it can't come soon enough. The CTS-V we were all expecting debuted on schedule, and Bob Lutz... read more January 14, 2008 by  1


 

Sustainability a 'Talking Point' for Lincoln

The Lincoln MKT wagon (or crossover, depending on how you see it) unveiled this morning by Ford's president of the Americas, Mark Fields, and design director Peter Horbury... read more January 14, 2008 by  0


 

A 50-mpg Land Rover!

We brought you most of the details of Land Rover's spunky, MINI-like LRX concept a few weeks ago, but at that time Land Rover was saving one of the best pieces of information... read more January 14, 2008 by  0


 
2008 Lincoln MKT

2008 Detroit Show: TCC’s Top Picks

2008 Detroit Auto Show Coverage by TCC Team (1/9/2008)Ford F-150, Hyundai Genesis and Corvette ZR1. TCC Team Best Concept: Lincoln MKT This is a close one, but I am leaning... read more January 14, 2008 by  0


 
2008 Toyota A-BAT Concept, Detroit Auto Show

2008 Detroit Auto Show Coverage

2008 Detroit Show: TCC’s Top Picks (1/14/2008) Our favorite cars, concepts and moments from Cobo. 2008 Detroit Auto Show: Getting There by Rex Roy (1/9/2008) Make it easy... read more January 14, 2008 by  0


 
2008 Chrysler ecoVoyager Concept

2008 Chrysler ecoVoyager Concept

2008 Chrysler ecoVoyager Concept - more photos At the 2008 Detroit auto show, Chrysler rolled out three concepts, each pairing exciting design and glimpse-of-the-future... read more January 14, 2008 by  0


 
2008 Cadillac CTS Coupe Concept

2008 Cadillac CT Coupe Concept

Cadillac's award-winning CTS sedan will likely get a coupe companion in mid-2008, and the two-door version of the luxury four-door has been previewed at the 2008 Detroit auto... read more January 14, 2008 by  0


 

Truckin' Like it's 1999

There's one trend that just about everyone who follows and is within the auto industry agree on: Old-style body-on-frame sport-utility vehicles are on the decline. Especially... read more January 13, 2008 by  0


 

 
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