Subura of Indiana (SIA) zero landfill

Subaru loves to recycle Lou Ann Hammond visit's Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc, the only manufacturing plant in the United States that is zero landfills. You know that can of garbage in front of your yard every week. The one the garbage man takes to a landfill every week? That garbage can full of trash [...]

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Anne Belec at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show.

Anne Belec, President and CEO of Volvo Cars of North America, talks with Lou Ann Hammond, CEO, www.carlist.com, about Volvo's relationship with Ford, the new alternative center in Sweden and Volvo's newest car, the C30.

General Motors CEO 2006 Los Angeles Auto show

Rick Wagoner, CEO of General Motors, talks to Lou Ann Hammond, CEO, carlist.com, at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto show. Wagoner talks about being free of Kerkorian's Tracinda, manufacturing globally, and how invested General Motors is in electric cars and hydrogen cars.

John W. Mendel, senior vice president, automobile operations of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

John W. Mendel is senior vice president, automobile operations of American Honda Motor Co., Inc., responsible for Product Planning, talks with Lou Ann Hammond, CEO, carlist.com, at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto show. Mendel talks about Honda's new concept cars, and what America needs to do to insure that the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle will [...]

Troy A. Clarke, President, GM North America and GM group vice president

Troy A. Clarke, President, GM North America and GM group vice president, unveils the Saturn Aura Greenline at the 2006 L.A. Auto Show. Saturn announced today that the new 2007 Aura Green Line hybrids MSRP will start at $22,695 (including destination charge), making it the lowest-priced hybrid on the market for 2007. In addition to [...]

Honda FCX fuel cell vehicle unveiling

John Mendel, Senior Vice President, automobile operations of American Honda Motor Co., Inc, introducing the Honda FCX fuel cell vehicle at the 2006 LA auto show. A fuel cell that looks like a sports car, is 20 percent smaller, 30 percent lighter and higher output. The fuel stack is vertical, not horizontal, so it can [...]