2006 Los Angeles Auto Show Preview
2006 Los Angeles Auto Show Preview

MORE auto show coverage: 2006 SEMA: The Aftermarket Strikes Back 2006 Paris Auto Show Index TheCarConnection's Index of Car Shows The show itself is weeks away. But the list of new production vehicles and concepts driving toward a Los Angeles auto show launch is growing. Los Angeles show organizers...Read More»

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TCC Trivia: Mar. 24, 2006

byMurray Jackson Get more TCC Trivia 1. What model name was on Ford's 2004 supercharged and intercooled F-150 pickup? 2. What is the top speed of a Zamboni ice-surfacing machine? 3. What brand of car won the first Indy 500 race in 1911? 4. What brand name was on 1973 Li'l Hustler half-ton pickups?...Read More»

2006 MINI Cooper Hardtop 2-door Coupe Open Doors
2006 Geneva Motor Show, Part VI

2006 Geneva Motor Show Coverage by TCC Team (2/19/2006) Saab Aero X Concept Saab has a stunning surprise for Geneva crowds: the Aero X Concept. The study, Saab says, explores design themes and features we will see in future Saab products. The two-seater coupe has been designed under the guidance of...Read More»

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TCC Trivia: Feb. 10, 2006

byMurray Jackson Get more TCC Trivia 1. Name the U.S. race track that contains Corkscrew and Andretti corners. 2. Which U.K. carmaker adopted the print-ad slogan "Extreme motoring"? 3. In the 1960s, American Motors Corporation made a small, air-cooled, 4x4 vehicle for the Marines. What was it...Read More»

2006 Lincoln Zephyr 4-door Sedan Angular Rear Exterior View
Daily Edition: Feb. 8, 2006

GM Announces New Cuts General Motors Corp. announced a new wave of cost-cutting, aimed at stuffing criticism the company hasn't moved fast enough to meet the challenges that contributed to $8.6 billion loss in 2005. Richard Wagoner, GM's chairman and chief executive officer, said Tuesday GM...Read More»

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GM Announces New Cuts

General Motors Corp. announced a new wave of cost-cutting, aimed at stuffing criticism the company hasn’t moved fast enough to meet the challenges that contributed to $8.6 billion loss in 2005. Richard Wagoner, GM’s chairman and chief executive officer, said Tuesday GM intended to slash the...Read More»

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Daily Edition: Nov. 14, 2005

Ghosn Defends Move to Tennessee Surveys already indicate that Nissan North America will lose relatively few senior managers as it starts to shift its headquarters from Southern California to Tennessee, says Carlos Ghosn, Nissan's chairman and chief executive officer. "Almost all of them will come,"...Read More»

2005 Dodge SUper Bee concept
2005 Los Angeles Auto Show, Part III

2005 Los Angeles Auto Show Index by TCC Team Ferrari: “Wild Object of Desire” If anyone was wondering how Frank Stephenson feels about his job as the chief designer for Ferrari and Maserati, he cleared things up Thursday. “For me, Ferrari is a wild object of desire,” said the Moroccan-born...Read More»

2004 Volvo YCC concept, Geneva Motor Show
Ladies’ First with Volvo YCC Concept

2004 Geneva Motor Show Index by TCC Team (2/22/2004) The Volvo YCC, or Your Concept Car, which bows today at the Geneva Auto Show, is not a chick car. Nor is it pink. But it has been completely designed and developed by a female team of Volvo employees — and that is a first in the car industry...Read More»

DIY Hoverwing. Image via The Nelson Mail.
DAILY EDITION: Feb. 6, 2003

TCC'S DAILY EDITION: Feb. 6, 2003 TUNDRA IS TEXAS BOUND Toyota will build Tundra pickup trucks in a new plant — its sixth in North America — starting in 2006. The plant, which will start with annual production of 150,000 units, will likely expand before the end of the decade to include SUV...Read More»

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2002 Paris Auto Show, Part I

The Paris Auto Show press days are over, but you can revisit our 2002 Paris Show index of coverage for all the news from the City of Lights. CHRYSLER TRYING EUROPE AGAINThe U.S. arm of DaimlerChrysler AG has spent years trying to find a way to build demand for its brand in Europe, but so far with...Read More»

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Consumer Car News: 5/27/02

TCC’S THIRD ANNUAL SPEEDING EXCUSES CONTEST!Summer gives us the perfect excuse to line up the latest set of hot wheels — and for some reason, it also gives Johnny Law the perfect excuse to yank us back to earth when the speedo creeps into the top half of its range. And while speeding tickets...Read More»

2001 Acura Integra two-door
Consumer Car News: 5/20/02

INTEGRA IS THE MOST STOLEN CARThe 20 largest insurance companies say that claims are down since 1980 — but that payouts are higher, Reuters reports. The companies represented by the Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) also says the 1999-2001 Acura Integra has the highest theft rate and claim...Read More»

2002 Honda Insight
2002 New York Show, Part III

sponsored by Toyota 2002 New York Show, Part I (3/26/2002)2002 New York Show, Part II (3/27/2002) INFINITI DEBUTS G35 COUPE, M45Twin New York debuts from Nissan’s upscale Infiniti division will add a new sedan and coupe to the luxury marque. The M45 recalls one of the first Infinitis, the M30 —...Read More»

2015 MINI Cooper Paceman
Consumer Car News: 4/1/02

TCC HEADS TO NY AUTO SHOWThe New York Auto Show is open to the public, and this week at, our team of reporters will be bringing you all the new production and concept vehicles the show has to offer. Get the latest on the Ford Five Hundred, Infiniti G35 Coupe, Chrysler PT Turbo...Read More»

Volvo C30 electric car after crash testing. Photo by Joe Nuxoll.
Consumer Car News: 3/18/02

FIRST GLIMPSE: ’03 LINCOLN AVIATORLincoln's new mid-size SUV, the 2003 Aviator, makes its debut at the New York Auto Show later this month — but because it’s going to be in the Vanity Fair Hollywood-themed issue on newsstands this week, Ford’s sent us a shot so you won’t have to actually...Read More»

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Driver's News: 11/05/01

Subscribe and get e-mail news FREE! OCT. SALES HIT RECORDS AT GM, FORDThose zero-percent financing deals threw rocket fuel on October’s U.S. auto sales. Most brands reported strong sales, some even without the benefit of the special financing deals. GM and Ford experienced record sales for trucks...Read More»

DIY Hoverwing. Image via The Nelson Mail.
Driver's News: 10/15/01

WILL GAS PRICES STAY STABLE?Analysts are predicting steady oil prices even in the wake of the U.S. counterattacks in the Middle East, according to the Reuters news service. While past crises and strikes in the region have caused spikes, the price of oil has plunged in recent weeks and is not...Read More»

New MINI Cooper's safety and convinience features
TCC's Daily Edition: 10/12/01

TODAY’S TOP STORIES CAUGHT IN THE WEB: 2004 GRAND PRIX It’s still hot in the Southwest and the next Pontiac Grand Prix was recently photographed while undergoing hot weather testing. Buyers can expect to see the revised Grand Prix midway through the 2004 model year. Originally it was thought...Read More»

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