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Video and Specs of R35 Nissan GT-R at Tokyo Motor Show
Video, photos, and information on the new R35 Nissan Skyline GT-R at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Nov 17, 2007, 06:29 - [ Discuss this story ]
2007 SEMA Show - セマショー ラス・ベガス
SEMA Show - a note.
Nov 13, 2007, 00:16 - [ Discuss this story ]
Hot Import Nights coming to L.A. on August 19th
<img align="left" src="http://files.automotiveforums.com/media/main.php/d/7270-1/af_hin.jpg"> XM Satellite Radio’s Hot Import Nights (HIN) arrives in Los Angeles for the first of two L.A. stops in this year’s tour. AutomotiveForums.com members receive $5 discount on the tickets!
Aug 16, 2006, 10:50 - [ Discuss this story ]
Nissan unveils the next-generation GT-R prototype
The next generation Nissan Skyline GT-R prototype (Concept name: Nissan GT-R Proto at 2005 Tokyo Motor Show) is unveiled to the public.
Oct 19, 2005, 00:05 - [ Discuss this story ]
Ghosts of Cherokee: 2006 Jeep Commander
Visitors of the 2005 New York International Auto Show may have thought they saw a ghost the second they stepped into the Jeep display area. A ghost of the last Jeep Cherokee, that is. In an attempt to return to its “classic” design, and appease those who haven’t exactly been pleased with the soft look of the current Liberty, Jeep has come up with this boxy version of the current Grand Cherokee called the Commander.
Apr 10, 2005, 22:47 - [ Discuss this story ]
Nissan Celebrates New Design Center with Sport Concept Debut
Apparently one US design studio isn’t enough for Nissan. Earlier this month, the Japanese automaker opened the doors of Nissan Design America – Farmington Hills, a $14 million 50,912 square foot expansion on the campus of Nissan Technical Center North America, Inc. – just outside of Detroit. Interestingly enough, Nissan unveiled their new Sport Concept in conjunction with the opening of NDA – Farmington Hills even though the hatchback was actually designed in Japan.
Apr 2, 2005, 14:52 - [ Discuss this story ]
Lexus IS Makes US Debut
Not long after its world debut in Europe, Lexus has taken the wraps off the US version of its all-new IS sedan at the New York International Auto Show on Wednesday. "We're taking dead aim at the top of the class with the new IS," said Lexus Marketing Vice President Mark Templin. "We plan to offer a compelling range of models and options with class-leading performance and luxury."
Mar 23, 2005, 12:10 - [ Discuss this story ]
2005 New York International Auto Show
The last major auto show in the United States of the 2005 season kicked off Wednesday at New York’s Javits Center. Though not quite as hectic as the larger North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the NYIAS still offers up a good dosage of new automotive metal.
Mar 23, 2005, 11:48 - [ Discuss this story ]
Dodge Nitro Concept SUV
Looking to build on the excitement created by the Magnum and Chrysler 300 in a relatively cost-effective way, Dodge is rolling out a new SUV concept based on the popular Jeep Liberty platform. It makes sense, as Dodge is one of the few mainstream brands in America to have only one SUV in its portfolio. Toyota has five, Nissan has four, Ford has five, and so on… Clearly, Dodge is a little under equipped.
Mar 14, 2005, 16:55 - [ Discuss this story ]
2006 Mercury Milan: A Mazda for Mom
The stylish Mazda6 has become an enthusiast favorite thanks to its edgy looks and handling prowess, inspiring Ford Motor Company to utilize the platform throughout its lineup. Three new variants will soon be available to American consumers, the Ford Fusion, Lincoln Zephyr, and the Mercury Milan – introduced at the Chicago Auto Show.
Mar 13, 2005, 20:40 - [ Discuss this story ]