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VehicleVoice looks at Lincoln MKX Crossover SUV and the Lincoln MKR sedan plus the Chevrolet Camaro convertible at the 2007 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
VehicleVoice looks at Lincoln MKX Crossover SUV and the Lincoln MKR sedan plus the Chevrolet Camaro convertible at the 2007 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Today's top of the Corvette lineup is the ZO6. Five-hundred-five horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque from its 7.0L V8 engine. Brembo brakes with red painted calipers showing conspicuously through its spoked 18-inch and 19-inch alloy wheels. This car is the ultimate of the boy racer set.



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Most of you already know that Jim Hossack is AutoPacific’s expert on a lot of things – fuel prices, powertrains, trucks. But did you know that he’s also an expert in minivans? For the past several years, when we’re covering the big auto shows, Jim’s assignments have always been about the new truck models and minivan breakthroughs. But recently, there hasn’t been a lot of news surrounding minivans. Ford and GM have been clear that they think the segment is dying, and their exit strategy is uncomplicated. They’re just getting out. But Jim was in the Chrysler booth to check out the new 2007 Town & Country, aka Dodge Caravan, and he says, “not so fast” Ford and [...]

For the past thirteen years, Sport Utility Vehicles have been the product segment that is most considered by American driving public. 2006 was no exception.
General Motors' introduction of its Chevrolet Volt Concept Vehicle at the 2007 North American Auto Show put hardware in the forefront where GM only trotted out talking heads at the LA Auto Show. In Los Angeles, GM simply stood behind a podium and rattled off statistics and their plans for a greener future. But in Detroit they communicated with a concept that probably created the most positive 'green' PR buzz they've had in awhile.
General Motors' introduction of its Chevrolet Volt Concept Vehicle at the 2007 North American Auto Show put hardware in the forefront where GM only trotted out talking heads at the LA Auto Show. In Los Angeles, GM simply stood behind a podium and rattled off statistics and their plans for a greener future. But in Detroit they communicated with a concept that probably created the most positive 'green' PR buzz they've had in awhile.
The convertible concept is beautifully executed. Modern, but hanging on to enough cues to remind me of carpooling to high school in the late 70s.
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