Auto Shows/Museums

Geneva Motor Show: BMW to Volvo, Audi to VW . . . But Geneva Girls make the show

The International Geneva Motor Show (Salon International de l’Auto in French), held annually in March in the Geneva, Switzerland, is renowned for several reasons. It’s now 80 years old, it usually features more debuting cars than any other international car show. And the show is held on a “level playing field” Switzerland doesn’t have a native auto industry.

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MINI debuts concept car Beachcomber at North American International Auto Show

Roman Mica, a contributor editor to The Weekly Driver.com and owner and director of the car site TFLcar.com, just returned from the North American International Auto Show. Mica reported on many vehicles at the show, which like all car shows, included manufacturers’ concept vehicles like the MINI Beachcomber Concept Car.

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Chevrolet, GM showcase Spark, Cruze, Volt at Detroit Auto Show (Video)

What new Chevy cars are crucial to General Motors? What does GM’s Bob Lutz think about the future of the automaker? And what’s new at Chevy for 2010? Many new Chevy and General Motors cars, including the Chevy Spark,  Cruze, Volt and Aveo RS Turbo concept, were introduced by Lutz at the North America International Auto Show in Detroit

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Ford sweeps Detroit Auto Show honors with Ford Fusion Hybrid and Transit Connect

Ford Motor Co., the only Detroit automaker that did not file for bankruptcy or receive government bailout funding in 2009, has swept the 2010 North American Car and Truck Awards at the Detroit Auto Show with its Fusion Hybrid and Transit Connect.

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