Posts Tagged “Audi”

Geneva Motor Show 2015

By | March 24, 2015

The Geneva Motor Show is one we look forward to most each year.  Why?  It is the auto show that seems to be no-holds-barred for most automakers who save their best, most exciting cars fro this show each year.  2015 was no exception and was arguably the most exciting in a long time with new […]

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We Visit the 2014 LA Auto Show

By | December 31, 2014

One month and one hard drive crash later, we look back at the LA Auto Show.  Most auto shows we, like you, sit in front of a computer and watch the new unveilings online.  This time is different.  We actually went in person and saw it all right before our eyes.  This was made possible […]

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2014 Auto Show Season Kicks Off in Paris

By | October 8, 2014

After a 4 month summer break, automakers return to the show circuit for the 2014 Paris Motor Show.  The Paris Motor Show always brings something new and interesting for the world to see.  Dozens of world debuts were shown.  So many new concepts and production ready models were shown that we had a hard time […]

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The Concepts of the 2014 Beijing Motor Show

By | May 6, 2014

Yes, yes, the New York Auto Show was only about two weeks ago but Beijing just couldn’t wait!  The Beijing Motor Show is one of the lesser auto shows on the circuit but that doesn’t make it any less important.  Not much new was previewed in Beijing but they did have a few exclusive concepts […]

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Heaven on Earth! Geneva Motor Show 2014

By | March 12, 2014

The Geneva Motor Show has become the CES of the auto show circuit.  It is the show where automakers hold nothing back and bring out their biggest and best unveilings of the year.  The alumni of this show is the top of the class.  Its graduates includes the likes of the Ferrari F50, Audi R8, […]

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25 Hours of Thunderhill: The Conclusion

By | December 18, 2013

The sun rose last Sunday morning to a considerably diminished field at Thunderhill Raceway Park. Of the 57 cars that had started the race the day before, only 37 were still running as of 9 AM on day two, following a dark, cold night in which temperatures plummeted into the low teens. (Remember, many of […]

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