Mazda awards design challenge to woman designer Franz von Holzhausen, Director of design, Mazda North American Operations, Irvine, California and Mazda Design Challenge winner Mallory McMorrow talk about Mallory's new design at the 2007 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Michael Grundy, fuels technology manager, Shell Global Solutions (UK) talks about top tier gasoline at the 2007 Los Angeles Auto Show. Shell Oil US top tier gasoline is used in regular cars and Shell motorsports. The EPA mandates certain regulations for gasoline, but, according to Shell, 50 percent of the gasoline exceeds the requirements from [...]
Frank Klegon, Executive Vice President - Product Development, Chrysler LLC explains the two-mode hybrids: the Dodge Durango hybrid and Chrysler Aspen hybrid that were unveiled at the 2007 Los Angeles auto show.
Joel Piaskowski, chief designer Hyundai Design Center North America discusses the Hyundai Genesis Coupe concept at the 2007 Los Angeles auto show.
Mark Harano, President, automotive operations of American Suzuki Motor Corporation at the 2007 Los Angeles auto show. Harano talks about Suzuki's heritage, where there vehicles are now, as far as fuel economy, and where they are headed in regards to alternative fuels.
Len Hunt, President, and CEO of Kia Len Hunt, newly appointed President and CEO of Kia Motors America talked about Kia's diesel vehicles at the 2007 Los Angeles auto show.
Denise Gray, Director of Hybrid Energy Storage Systems, General Motors Corporation, talked about the GM Volt Lithium-Ion battery progress at the 2007 Los Angeles auto show.
Frank Saucedo, director of advanced design studio, GM at the the 2007 Los Angeles auto show.
Bob Lutz, General Motor's chief of global product development talks to us at the 2007 Los Angeles Auto Show about Chevy's strategy for claiming the highest fuel economy in every segment that Chevy has a car in.
Bill Reinert, National Manager Toyota advanced technology group, at the 2007 Los Angeles auto show talk about all things advanced technology. Reinert talks about hybrids, plug-inelectric vehicles and the Toyota Highlander that Toyota says went on a 2,300 mile journey from fairbanks, Alaska to Vancouver, British Columbia, getting more than 300 miles between fuel stops.