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The Green Promise of the 2008 LA Auto Show

A few short months ago, many of us were under the viagra canada generic impression that this year's LA Auto Show would be a great showcasing of a new direction for the worldwide auto industry. Everyone knew about the MINI E and expected to see more hybrids and tramadol hydrochloride tablets label fuel cell concepts than ever before. How naive we were. No one knew, or even expected that by the time the show rolled around, the country would have plunged into a recession that would see many of the Big Three executives in Washington begging for money rather than in LA promoting their products.

That was the tone; the overriding sense of desperation from many of the automakers and the inability to escape the fast cialis news outside of what we journalists were creating at the show. The press events began with a keynote from Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn, where he grimly outline the fact that there would be both winners and losers in the upcoming consolidation of the auto industry and that all companies were now focused on the short term and the bottom line.

This was reflected primarily in the offerings of the big three. GM cut all their plans for press events, therefore there was no news and no big announcements. Ford hastily mentioned the new Mustang, which was supposed to be its headliner, and quickly moved on to buy prescription cialis without a rather bland discussion of the Fusion Hybrid, a car that has yet to wow anyone but may be Ford's last hope to join the ranks of Toyota and Honda as a "hybrid-seller." Finally, Chrysler managed to underwhelm expect for the breadth of their offerings, many of which gave you the cheap levitra on line feeling that they were not long for this world.

Obviously the American manufacturers have it harder than their Japanese and it's great! non prescription levitra Korean counterparts, but those companies were still obviously suffering. Toyota did not host a press event and most attention from these manufacturers was placed on their hybrid and alternative fuel offerings. Honda perhaps seemed the most immune, focusing their energy on the debut of the FC Sport, a fuel cell concept that will never come to market, but still serves to highlight Honda's commitment to the future of driving technology.

So, while we all expected the show to purchase of levitra focus on green, the green that we got was the kind you stuff in your wallet and not the kind that grows on trees. I'll be interested to see what happens in Chicago and Detroit after the fate of usa online pharmacies that sell viagra the Big Three is levitra online usa more or less decided and all the levitra order automakers have more time to tailor their offerings to the deepening global recession.

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written by sherry, November 26, 2008
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written by Joe, November 27, 2008
What happened to
Bring on the Post-Carbon Cars!
written by solargroupies, November 28, 2008
How do I say this politely? There are so many obvious reasons NOT to buy another fossil-fueled car! I look forward to drug generic cialis paying attention to and going to the LA Auto show when none of their vehicles consume use or consume fossil fuels! Wouldn't that be something to cheer about? ;D
Consider powdered coal
written by slithey, November 29, 2008
Powdered coal makes an excellent substitute to liquid hydrocarbon fuels. Coal is abundant (Earth has sufficient supplies of coal for hundreds of years). Nano particulates of coal carried in H20 can be used as a direct substitute to gasoline in internal combustion engines.
The King is Dead...?
written by Penina, November 29, 2008
Things sound bad for the Big Guys... but maybe this helps create space for new, emerging Little Guys... and their crazy, "improbable" ideas?

I posted a Robert Frost poem that I've been thinking about quite a bit lately:
Brown's Descent

It's about times like this, and the plainspoken strength that is still available to carry us through.
Who the hell buys an American car anyway
written by Richard Davine, December 03, 2008
Mass producing something is no guarantee that it's any good. The American auto industry is lazy and behind the times, from the drawing board onwards. Until your people and government demand a positive evolution in vehicle technology; you'll be served up the same crap as last year, with nice new rims.

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