The Future is Now: Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show, KIA GT

In case you haven’t noticed, Hyundai’s younger sibling has been turning out some slick sheet metal of late. And while the wheels look like exhaust fans, everything else about the GT Concept is stunning. KIA, if you build it, they will buy. More Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show >>>>

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The Future is Now: Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show, Jaguar C-X16

Jag’s C-X16 features a 3.0-liter supercharged V6 paired with an electric motor capable of 50MPH, and the juice can also be used to improve performance via a “boost” button. The best part? This pretty Kitty is slated for release at the end of 2012… More Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show >>>>

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The Future is Now: Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show, Cadillac Ciel

I want to say that Caddy should make this car. But if history is any indication, the production version wouldn’t look anywhere near this beautiful, and the press release would read like an apology. So let’s just enjoy the concept. More Concepts at the 2011 LA Auto Show >>>>

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My Generation: To Buy or Not To Buy, Page 4

I never thought the GM designers would need to be reminded that first and foremost the Corvette is an AMERICAN CAR and that is big part of its appeal. There is no objection in selling the car worldwide but let’s keep things in perspective, do not compromise the car’s design by modifying or changing its […] More »

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Walk Softly and Carry a Big Stick: Page 4

It’d be interesting to know just how many Corvette sales have been generated because it is not only the best but also the baddest American production performance car that can be had. How many buyers fork-over their cash and sign on the dotted line because they want to own America’s top performance car?  Personally I […] More »

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