If you haven’t heard yet, Google is moving into the car business. In fact, their new tool Google Cars (which was clearly named by the engineering department) has already been tested in San Francisco and according to Automotive News is close to a statewide rollout in California. Add a comment
It was a busy and informative weekend down in Orlando, but NADA is now in the record books. It was a busy schedule for us from the Dealer Marketing staff; it was a whirlwind weekend of meeting dealers and vendors on the convention floor and at the parties and events after the convention closed. Hopefully, many of you reading this had the opportunity to attend the show; if you didn’t however, Add a comment
There are about 300,000 electric vehicles on the road today. Considering there are over 254 million vehicles on American roads that is not a big part of the country’s vehicle fleet, but with advances in battery technology and lower prices that number is bound to grow.
One issue with all the new electric cars (that had never occurred to me) is the fact that they make little if any noise. Add a comment
Once again, for their 60th year in a row, the DuPont company has release their 2012 DuPont Automotive Color Report. For the second consecutive year, white/white pearl is the world’s most popular auto color. Black/black effect has moved into second and silver is now third. Add a comment