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Bill Roth’s First Look Of Electric Volt From NAIAS 2015

The 2016 Chevy Volt electric hybrid looks great, offers performance that consumers want and is priced to sell (estimate of $30-35K before tax credits and state rebates). The Volt launches the auto industry into electric vehicles 2.0 by aligning with … Continue reading

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Auto Industry Drives Toward Sustainable Profits

The auto industry has stopped waiting for governments to enact energy policy. Responding to their customers’ concerns on pump prices and emissions the auto industry is taking the initiative by launching price-competitive cars and trucks that met consumer expectations on … Continue reading

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Ford Bets The Company On Aluminum F-150 PickUp Truck

Ford Motor Company has bet its future on the launch of a precedent-setting aluminum body F-150 pickup truck. This is no small bet. The F-150 is the number one selling vehicle in America. It has been the number one selling … Continue reading

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Electric Cargo Van Solution To Business Pain At The Pump

While the horsepower buzz at the North American International Auto Show was the absolutely stunning Corvette and the Cadillac ELR all-electric coup was standing room only for the press I thought the most important vehicle was hidden in the far … Continue reading

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Ford C-MAX Energi Electric Hybrid: Fun, Quick, Green And Connected

Imagine cars as “cool” as an Apple iPad or iPhone where you play games that generate real cash rewards or that can connect you with that hot-looking person driving next to you. That is the future I saw at the … Continue reading

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