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The Fury and the Challenger!
It’s early Sunday morning. I can’t sleep and I’m bored. I live in an apartment building and soundproofing wasn’t part of the architect’s or the developer’s plan. I don’t want to turn on the TV and wake up half the building. … Continue reading
Posted in The Driver's Edge Tagged 440, amx, barracuda, challenger, Chrysler, city, cuda, driving, fury, parisienne, plymouth, pontiac, r/t, race, street Leave a comment
The return of American muscle – with a bang!
With the crisis the Big Three experienced a few years ago, all signs seemed to point to the end of the over-the-top cars they used to produce. Now was a time for rational thinking and efficiency. Gone were the Vipers … Continue reading
Sergio Marchionne, or how not to lead a car company
Okay, so this article might be one big huge rant, but I seriously have to let out some steam. As I wrote earlier, one of the problems in the French auto industry has to do with leadership. Let me add … Continue reading
Posted in Auto Industry Tagged alfa romeo, Chrysler, Fiat, lancia, leadership, management, marchionne, maserati, sergio, volkswagen 1 Comment
So the Big Three are no more
So the Big Three are no more. Many of you are thinking, ah but that’s normal. They were too narrow-minded, and only made what the american public wanted -big SUVs-, and with eco-narrow-mindedness upon us, people don’t want their cars … Continue reading
Posted in Auto Industry Tagged Chrysler, economics, Fiat, Ford, GM 3 Comments