Its Friday, its the Vroom Room, enjoy the cappuccino and biscotti, join the conversation.
We are past the mid month mark with the end of the 3rd quarter on the immediate horizon. We know that vehicle sales in Canada will continue to be through the roof, and absolutely set a new record this year.
The federal election, make sure you vote and encourage everyone around you to vote. Last thing we want as Canadians is a minority government.
If you missed our coverage of the Cobble Beach Concours d'Elegance...click.
Attending this years Cobble Beach, merely reinforced that "metal must resonate" at least in our case. Yes...some metal resonates more than other...in the Cadillac pavilion it struck us that back in the day of Harley Earl, Bill Mitchell styling (metal) was a huge factor...mind you it still is a huge factor today.
Its the Frankfurt Auto Show, and now every German manufacturer is on a mission to outdo Tesla with a longer range and shorter charging times. Great way to garner attention, and provide free publicity to Tesla.
The compact utility segment is in everyone's sights with various concepts which is good for the customer.
Yes...the Ferrari 488 Spider is a stunning toy, the Rolls-Royce Dawn provides an "erotic tingle on the skin" must be the metal again.
John Krafcik is now with the Google Autonomous Vehicle program, which merely reinforces the fact that Silicon Valley will increasingly influence the auto business especially with AV's (autonomous vehicles). Reflect on this for a moment...
We all use technology in our daily activities, did you know that Google is 2 Billion lines of code? Think about this when some simple software is full of glitches.
GM has resolved the ignition switch debacle to the tune of 900M. With time the number of deaths escalated dramatically from the original number.
Our usual old race cars from the 2015 Goodwood Revival - Freddy March Trophy.