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Goodwood turns up the heat on traditional auto shows
This year Aston Martin, McLaren, Ford and Tesla are among the brands staging public global or European debuts of new models, but the secret sauce at Goodwood that elevates it above traditional auto shows is what it calls the "dynamic launch." In other words, it is the first time the car is seen moving. For the crowd attending the four-day event starting Thursday, that is a big deal.
4 weeks ago by automotive
Detroit Auto Show to Announce New Time Slot |
Event organizers to announce July or October shift for 2020.
6 weeks ago by automotive
Fiat, Jeep, Alfa Romeo will skip Paris auto show
FCA joins automakers including Ford and Volkswagen brand in skipping one of Europe's top showcases for product debuts.
9 weeks ago by automotive
Volvo to skip 2019 Geneva auto show
“The ongoing change in the car industry is creating new audiences for Volvo Cars and new ways of bringing products to the market,” Bjorn Annwall, Volvo's senior vice president of strategy, brand and retail, said in a statement on Friday.

"Automatic attendance at traditional industry events is no longer viable – we must tailor our communications based on how the options complement our messaging, timing and the nature of the technology we are presenting," Annwall said.
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9 weeks ago by automotive
Paris Motor Show Exodus Accelerates |
Key FCA brands follow BMW, Ford, Nissan and VW out the door.
10 weeks ago by automotive
For many brands, regional auto shows are big deals
Foresight Research estimates that about 7 million people attended regional and local auto shows in the U.S. during the 2017-18 season. One out of every four new-vehicle buyers attends an auto show before purchasing, Foresight CEO Steve Bruyn said. Most shows don't report attendance, so that comes from household surveys Foresight conducts covering 55 shows in 53 markets.
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10 weeks ago by automotive
Can auto shows remain relevant as brands find new ways to debut vehicles?
Beyond video games, automakers have livestreamed unveilings, debuted cars on morning TV shows and launched vehicles at trade expos such as the big CES tech show in Las Vegas, which happens just days before the Detroit show each January. Automakers have increasingly decided it's more worth their money to host private introductions at far-off locations in between auto shows, letting journalists spend a day or two with a vehicle instead of doing just a quick walk-around sandwiched between other unveilings.
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10 weeks ago by automotive
Kia Offers Up New, Upgraded Cars, CUV in NYC |
The South Korean automaker unveiled three new vehicles – Optima, Sedona and K900 – in the Big Apple.
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may 2018 by automotive
Genesis Evolving as a Luxury Brand With First-Ever Concept: Essentia |
The battery-electric vehicle features a lightweight carbon-fiber monocoque, a robust, multi-motor electric powertrain and a custom-tailored interior. Essentia is “a true GT car and challenges the status quo as the ultimate manifestation of Genesis design and engineering,” according to Genesis.
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may 2018 by automotive
Hyundai Continues Expansion of SUV Line-Up with New Santa Fe |
The five-passenger Santa Fe Sport will now be called Santa Fe. The current long wheelbase three-row, seven-passenger model called Santa Fe will be renamed Santa Fe XL for the 2019 model year.
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may 2018 by automotive
Roomier, Faster and Tech-ier: the new Subaru Forester |
The new Forester also is expected to help maintain Subaru’s sales momentum, which has led to 10 consecutive years of growth. The new model is built on the Subaru Global Platform to deliver significantly higher levels of driving pleasure, agility, crash protection, ride comfort and quietness, he added.
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may 2018 by automotive
Audi's Bringing Sport-y Back With New RS 5 Sportback |
German premium brand looking to compete with M-class and AMG models.
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may 2018 by automotive
2019 Subaru Forester First Look | Edmunds
Subaru has not yet released pricing info, but expect the 2019 Forester to start in the low to mid-$20Ks and top out in the mid-$30Ks when it goes on sale later this year.
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may 2018 by automotive
Lexus to Offer ‘Subscription-Type Plan’ With New Compact SUV - Top News - DP's Office - Top News - Auto Dealer Today
Lexus’ all-new UX compact luxury crossover, which made its debut this week as the 2018 New York Auto Show, will be the automaker’s first vehicle to offer a subscription-type plan. Program details will be announced closer to the UX’s arrival in dealership showrooms this December.
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may 2018 by automotive

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