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Automotive Industry News : Features and Editorials Last Updated: Mar 9th, 2005 - 22:47:57

Automotive Industry News : Features and Editorials
Throwdown: BMW Exec Takes Aim at Lexus
The recent introduction of the new Lexus IS apparently has people at BMW headquarters taking notice. It’s no secret that Toyota is planning a major push of the Lexus brand worldwide, and the new IS will play a huge part in that. So when the company went to Geneva to make the vehicle’s world debut, it appears they’ve achieved exactly what they intended to do: ruffle a few feathers.

Mar 9, 2005, 22:38 - [ Discuss this story ]

Automotive Industry News : Features and Editorials
Man Sues Nissan After Running Over Daughter
According to a report from WFAA-TV in Dallas/Fort Worth, a man accidentally ran over his two-and-a-half year old daughter while backing up in his Infiniti SUV. Unfortunately, she did not survive. Now here’s where the story gets interesting. Over a month after the event, the family is now suing Nissan Motor Company – the parent company of Infiniti – because their vehicle was not equipped with Nissan/Infiniti’s optional rearview camera.

Dec 6, 2004, 21:51 - [ Discuss this story ]

Automotive Industry News : Features and Editorials
Rising Cost of Healthcare Pressures Automakers
Nothing is more important to us. Nothing." Those were the words from General Motors chief finance executive John Devine to a packed crowd of auto industry insiders in a forum at Traverse City. The topic of question: healthcare. More to the point, the ever rising costs of healthcare and the possibility of it impeding on domestic carmakers and their ability to compete.

Aug 12, 2004, 00:52 - [ Discuss this story ]

Automotive Industry News : Features and Editorials
Autocross - Not the Place to Learn?
These days manufacturers and car clubs advertise the fact that auto-cross is the best way to learn how to drive your high performance machine. But what exactly does that mean? Further reading will raise a few questions.

Jul 22, 2004, 22:04 - [ Discuss this story ]

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Volkswagen: Victim of Trends?
Whatever happened to Volkswagen in America? Talk about your meteoric rise to chic-status followed just as quickly by “deal of the week” incentives. Is VW’s story simply that of misguided management, or is it symptomatic of a new “trend” cycle where every automaker is given just a few months to ride the launch of new vehicles before they are replaced in the consumer's eye by the “next new thing?”

Jul 18, 2004, 20:17 - [ Discuss this story ]

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