Driving the Nation’s Automotive Video provides first rate automotive, energy, up-to-date to reflect the newest in automotive technology, a shift from the ordinary, luxury, travel. Learn how stuff works in automotive vehicles with these auto videos. Watch full-length car and truck review videos and first drives of the latest models as well as interviews with executives and car designers.
Heather Willis is the vehicle specialist for the 2016 Toyota Prius models. Willis wants to talk all about the double wishbone suspension that makes the Prius so much more fun to drive, but there is […]
Kentaro Tomo, Grand Master of Hybrid, Toyota Motor Corp (TMC) talked to Lou Ann Hammond, CEO, Driving the Nation, about the new gear set in the Toyota Prius. Tomo-san talks (through his interpreter) about the […]
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The Detroit Auto Show (NAIAS) is a dealer show, hosted by the Detroit Auto Dealer Association (DADA), similar to the Washington Auto Dealer Association Show that I […]
General Motors Chairman of the Board and CEO, Marry Barra, talked about the Buick Avista 2+2 coupe concept car that was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS2016) in Detroit, Michigan.
Buick says […]
Mary Kissel, member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board, and John Batchelor, host of the John Batchelor Radio Show, talk to Lou Ann Hammond, CEO, Driving the Nation about the Consumer Electronics Show (CES2016). […]
The first auto show of the year is only part of a bigger show called the Consumer Electronics Show. Included in that show is Technology and Health and Fitness.
Technology, health and fitness, and automobiles […]
We caught up with Ed Welburn, GM Global designer, and talked to him about Buicks and design.
General Motors is racking up the awards for some of the new cars it is producing. Ed talks […]
Mascot Nellie, and Lou Ann Hammond, show you the floats, bands and equestrians from this years 2016 Rose Bowl Parade.
The Rose Parade’s elaborate floats have come a long way since the Tournament’s early days. […]
To Grandmother’s house we go, well not till we can get the car started.
Just today I picked up a micro usb cable and threw it in my purse. I got in the Cadillac CTS-V, […]
California still reigns supreme as the number one place Americans registered cars from Nov. 1, 2014, through Oct. 31, 2015. Experian Automotive announced that the Ford F-150 continues to hold the top spot in the […]