Infiniti G37 unveiling

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Watch the Infiniti G37 unveiling at the 2007 New York Auto Show. Is a manta ray an eloquent amount of grace? Is diving face first off a 30 foot diving board into a pool of water, exhilarating? Or is a 50kiloamp bolt of lightning arching up from the Earth at up to 100,000MPH really a [...]

Ed Peper, General Manager, Chevrolet

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Ed Peper, General Manager, Chevrolet, discusses the 3 new Chevrolet mini-cars: the Beat, Trax, and Groove, and why Chevrolet has decided to make them.  Mr. Peper also talks about Chevrolet's most popular cars, the Silverado, the Impala, and the Cobalt.

Bill Bosley ,Vice President, General Manager, Nissan Division, Nissan North America

By | 2017-03-22T08:07:16+00:00 May 2nd, 2007|Categories: 2007 New York Auto Show, Automobiles and Energy, Car shows, Manufacturers, Nissan, Podcasts, Safety, Video, youtube.com|

Bill Bosley ,Vice President, General Manager, Nissan Division, Nissan North America, talks about vehicle safety and their current sales. Mr. Bosley also talks about their future Altima models, and previous lower sales. Their lower sales from 2006 can be attributed to their lack of new cars until later in the year.

Bob Yakushi, Nissan’s senior manager of auto safety engineering

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Bob Yakushi, Nissans senior manager of auto safety engineering, talks about how Nissans safety ratings compare to that of Toyotas. Surprisingly, Nissan has designed their cars to withstand a crash from a larger car or truck, and come out with little injury as possible. Multiple airbags and enhanced zone body construction make this a reality.