Watch Toby Keith help Ford introduce their re-designed, 2009 F-150 at the 2008 Detroit Auto Show.
Do you wish you could drive a dune buggy year round? If so, you’re not alone because the Jeep designers ran with that idea and created the Renegade Concept, a sporty two-seater suited for off-roading adventures and dune surfing.
Watch the Jeep Renegade Concept video premiere from the 2008 Detroit Auto Show:
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The Jeep® Renegade Concept is a sporty B-segment-sized two-seater ideally suited for the all-weather delights of off-roading and dune surfing. Featuring a cut-down speedster windshield, a roll bar, openings in the door lowers and a hose-out interior, it is an “eco-friendly” vehicle with minimized use of materials – designed for those who want to enjoy the earth while taking care of its future. The propulsion system combines a 40-mile… Continue reading
The 2009 Ford F-150 opened the 2008 North American International Auto Show. The vision for Ford’s truck team was clear: Redesign America’s favorite truck, giving buyers unrivaled capability, unprecedented choice and a host of smart, game-changing features. You can choose from various F-150 models: the no-fuss XL workhorse, the sporty STX, off-road capable FX4, mid-range XLT, high-end Lariat, King Ranch, and the new Platinum series.
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The Audi Cross Cabriolet Quattro Concept debuted at the 2007 Los Angeles International Auto Show. We’ve brought you video and written coverage from Audi’s Concept debut and now we have photos from the show for you to browse.
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Audi recently debuted their design experiment, the Audi Cross Cabriolet Quattro Concept, at the 2007 Los Angeles International Auto Show and we were there to cover it. The Cross Cabriolet Quattro Concept is the offspring of a SUV and cabriolet but with obvious Audi heritage. To see Audi’s American design statement, watch our video and let us know if this concept should go to production.
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Cadillac announced the world premiere of the Escalade Hybrid, the world’s first fuel-saving hybrid applied to a large luxury SUV. Powered by an innovative, fuel-saving 2-Mode Hybrid system, Escalade Hybrid will deliver more than a 50-percent improvement in fuel economy in city driving – all while delivering the same distinctive style, segment-leading features and full-size capability that have made the Escalade an icon.
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Audi introduced a new vehicle segment with its presentation of the Audi Cross Cabriolet quattro concept car at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show. The two-door, four-seater car measures 4.62 metres in length and combines the genes of a typical dynamic soft-top convertible from Audi with the all-round qualities of a fully fledged SUV. The muscular, powerful, but also elegant lines make no secret of this vehicle’s potential… Continue reading
Check out the 2008 Jeep Liberty video from the 2007 New York International Auto Show. Roadfly is proud to bring you footage that you may not have seen. For more information on the new Jeep Liberty and other vehicles or for the latest photos of any other car at the show, check out: Roadfly’s Auto Show Coverage
In its first redesign since its introduction, the all-new 2008 Jeep Liberty embraces its roots by taking on a more rugged, classic Jeep design that is guaranteed to strengthen its draw to current owners and broaden its appeal to a new audience.
The 2008 Jeep Liberty gains two inches in length and a half-inch in width. On the inside consumers will find its cargo capacity has increased and passengers… Continue reading
We take a closer look at some of the strengths of the all new 2007 Toyota Tundra. We get into the wheel well and inspect the new huge brakes with their four piston calipers. We examine the suspension, the chassis and more.
Toyota raised the bar with their all new, full-size, made in America, pickup truck… the 2007 Toyota Tundra Double Cab.
The following is an excerpt from my truck review…
Despite all this rugged functionality, the Tundra’s cabin is actually a pretty fine place to be. Standard on our Limited were leather seats, with power adjustability and heating functions for the front. Our tester had the “Double Cab” option… Continue reading