Jan 3rd 2011 3:18PM I thought both commercials were good, but the "Red Blooded" one was outstanding. And, good on GM for cashing in what is a pretty hefty amount of brand equity with that new tagline, "we don't just make luxury cars, we make Cadillacs"
Dec 12th 2010 10:22AM ZERO interest in seeing a movie with Thomas Friedman talking. That guy is a clown
Dec 2nd 2010 8:46AM Not in HD? Fail
Oct 28th 2010 3:12PM Yeah, wasn't this on the ZR1 from day one? Also, are all other cars with "bare" carbon fiber at risk of having it break down? Hmmmm
Oct 13th 2010 2:44PM @Snowdog- read the article, they started with a full charge and then ran it down until the gas engine came on. They never charged it again (oh, it also went 36+ miles on battery alone despite some heavy use of throttle)
Sep 22nd 2010 8:53PM ...and it can't be bought in the US. It's also significantly smaller if I remember correctly.
Aug 10th 2010 10:36AM Not seeing the problem. Companies like Hyundai are basically owned by the Korean gov't. Ford getting gov't help is pretty much in line with everyone else.
Don't even get me started on currency manipulation, the Yen and Honda/Toyota...
Jul 27th 2010 12:51PM Oh yeah, just do that. Just "drop a couple thousand pounds" from a full size pick up truck. Why didn't GM think of that (rolls eyes)
Jul 27th 2010 12:44PM I see that they learned from the Prius and its "solar roof". The option that had every NY Times reading greenie thinking, "Oh, Toyota has finally made a solar powered car". All the while Toyota just sat back and let that misconception sit out there. After all, why stop them from thinking you're even better than you are?
Jul 26th 2010 10:28PM Has the McLaren F1 ever been put on that track? If so, what did it run?