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Our fearless leader George Peterson got tapped by Mitsubishi to try out their all new Lancer. He gets asked to do these kinds of things a lot, but rarely does he come back from a test drive this jazzed about a compact sedan.
When he finished with his review, it was so glowing that Mitsubishi produced this video, which played in airports around the country on CNN Airport News. We got permission to play it here, for all of you folks who prefer driving to flying. Check out George’s take on this new sports sedan and why he thinks it’s like driving a video game.
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ICE - in-vehicle consumer electronics - is a booming business. This video podcast shows what was on display at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show.



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When Ford announced earlier this year that it had gotten beyond its embarrassing lack of wireless connectivity with a partnership with Microsoft, the usual jokes abounded. “Oh no!” so many automotive journalists moaned. “Now even my car’s going to get viruses.” I myself thought this would replace carjackers with carhackers. I’ll admit, I was one of the many who thought Ford and Microsoft, and their new hands-free, voice-activated initiative called Sync, had a better chance of being a bust, than a breakthrough. Then I got a closeup look at Sync at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
It’s user interface or UI, is sophisticated and intuitive, and pretty enough to remind [...]

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.



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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 [...]



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There are few things more fun than walking through a major auto show along side AutoPacific Analyst and former General Motors brainiac, Jim Hall. You have to be patient. He knows everybody and everybody knows him, so the going is often slow. But the one liners you get to overhear as he comes upon the latest in concept cars are worth the wait. So we decided to follow him around the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, but this time,we brought the video camera.
Jim checked out the new Cadillac CTS, due to hit showroom floors this October. If you haven’t seen this performance sedan yet, you’re going to be blown away [...]

Ford's new ad campaign is using the slogan "Bold Moves" to sell cars. You might just think it's a just a sales gimmick but don't tell that to a crop of Ford designers who turned out some very interesting concept cars for this auto show season.
Ford's new ad campaign is using the slogan "Bold Moves" to sell cars. You might just think it's a just a sales gimmick but don't tell that to a crop of Ford designers who turned out some very interesting concept cars for this auto show season.
Johnson Controls, Inc. could be the most famous automotive company you've never heard of. And chances are, when you drive your car, you're sitting on a JCI seat, or looking at a JCI instrument panel, or using JCI technology in some way. If you open your garage door using Homelink, you've got JCI components in your car.
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