This fast paced 90 second television advertisement for the 2013 Dodge Dart is titled “How to Change Cars Forever” and it features the new brand tagline “New Rules”.
The video that started this whole chain of events showed the hosts of Swedish magazine Teknikens Värld (Technology World) driving the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee in a test that they call the Elk Test.
What do you do after you captured early-adopters? You turn to the rest of the audience.
Europe Leads The Assault. According to the EV City Casebook, the best electric car city is Amsterdam, Netherlands.
While previous videos by Ken Block (such as Gymkhana 4) features lots of special effects and other, non-driving segments, Gymkahana 5: Ultimate Urban Playground is all about Ken Block and his Ford
Mercedes-Benz just keeps rolling out the high-performance hits with details on the all-new 2013 CLS 63 AMG Shooting Brake.
This week a new trademark registered by Chrysler with the USPTO and WTO, bearing the name EcoDiesel, indicates plans by Chrysler to adopt some form of clean diesel technology.
It's been noticed by marketers that "Gen Y," the 80 million Americans currently between 16-34 years of age, are driving a lot less than their predecessors.
Mercedes-Benz is taking the SLS AMG E-CELL elecrtric super-sports car along with the largest contingent of vehicles they have ever had to the third Silvretta E-Car Rallye.
Chances are when Infiniti decided to unveil a working prototype of its Emerg-E plug in hybrid at Goodwood, they actually wanted it to work.
One sign of a extremely loyal following is when the customers of a product start developing marketing pitches, and otherwise begin promoting the product.
Bentley has given us a full video and images of their new pinnacle luxury performance SUV, the EXP 9 F. The car had not been seen since the concept was unveiled at Geneva.
The all-new BMW ActiveHybrid 3 brings cutting-edge hybrid technology to the quintessential sport sedan for a new take on The Ultimate Driving Machine.
ABI Research, a trends forecasting company focusing on connectivity, has released a report predicting a 60.1% penetration of connected car systems installed as original equipment manufacturer (OEM)