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License plates. Do we really need them?
They get bent, faded, torn, stolen. Even phony license plates are out there. And if you are lucky enough to be James Bond your DB5 is equipped with a number plate flipper. Interestingly enough, the first license plates in the … Continue reading
Posted in The Driver's Edge Tagged american, dodge, european, james bond, license plates, lincoln, range rover, rolls-royce, scion frs, viper, wraith Leave a comment
Montreal Auto Show Part 1: Trucks
So the Detroit Auto Show is finished. Almost everyone in the automotive media was there covering all the new cars, from the new C7 Corvette Stingray, to the new NSX Concept. I was not there. Instead, I chose to cover … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged acura, amg, chevrolet, dodge, f150, Ford, international auto, lexus, mdx, mercedes-benz, montreal, ram, range rover, raptor, salon, show, silverado, toyota 3 Comments
Do consumers still aspire to performance cars?
The news hit many Audi fans last week. Audi, in all its marketing knowledge, decided there was no demand for its planned Quattro concept. What a pity, I really wanted to see it. Not only did it have the heritage … Continue reading
Posted in Philosophy of driving Tagged audi, bmw, crosslane concept, evoque, mini, nature, performance, quattro, range rover, suv Leave a comment