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Looking for Inspiration: Ambient Advertising

As the world of marketing gets more and more cluttered every day, it's forcing advertisers to get creative. In marketing, the term 'ambient' means placing the ads at unusual places or unconventional places where you wouldn't expect an advertisement. The idea behind ambient advertising is to surprise consumers with its placement at unusual, unexpected or wacky ad spaces. "The first thing that will catch your eye when you are looking at an ambient advertisement would be its unusual location. Th...
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We tested the new $90,000 Lincoln Navigator for a week to see if this Car of the Year runner-up delivered both luxury and performance — here's the verdict (F)

Editorial note: Business Insider will name its 2018 Car of the Year on Monday, November 19. Each day this week, we're taking another look at the five vehicles that were runners-up that were selected from a pool of 15 finalists. The first vehicle up is the 2018 Lincoln Navigator.  The original luxury SUV is all-new for 2018. It embodies Lincoln's "quiet luxury" philosophy on a massive scale. It's so popular that in January, Lincoln dealers struggled to keep up with demand. We tested it for a we...
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Ford may be taking a hit, but a Lincoln exec reveals a bright spot in the company's future (F)

Lincoln is the luxury brand of Ford, which has been struggling amid a restructuring. After nearly being killed off after the financial crisis, Lincoln has recovered — and has scored a big sales hit with its new full-size Navigator SUV. Lincoln is led by Joy Falotico, one of the few women running any aspect of the major auto luxury brand. Ford's problems have been mounting.  The auto giant has struggled over the past two years, as CEO Mark Fields was ousted in 2017 and replaced by Jim Hackett...
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A Volkswagen Pickup Is Too Tempting an Idea to Dismiss, but VW’s Still Wary

The introduction of Volkswagen’s well fleshed-out Tanoak concept at this spring’s New York Auto Show showed just how versatile the company sees its Atlas midsize crossover. Sporting a reasonably useable bed and a design that’s more butch than that of Honda’s unibody Ridgeline, the Tanoak was made to tease. Would Americans gravitate towards it? Could […] The post A Volkswagen Pickup Is Too Tempting an Idea to Dismiss, but VW’s Still Wary appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Sales, Vw, Autos, Volkswagen, Honda, Trucks, New York Auto Show, News Blog, Product Planning, Midsize Pickups, Volkswagen Tanoak, Tanoak


Nissan's Senior VP of Design, Alfonso Albaisa, on His Design Process, Working in Japan & Advice for Young Designers

Image via Group 1 Nissan Nissan's Senior VP of Global Design, Alfonso Albaisa, started his transportation design journey at a very young age, crafting mini paper replicas of yachts driving by his childhood home in Miami. With the support of creative family members—both his father and uncle were respected Cuban architects prior to the 60s revolution—Albasia decided to take his passion and turn it into a career path. Through a few unexpected twists and turns, he is now the VP of design at one of...
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Lost and Found overflow – oddities from other countries

Because Hemmings Classic Car focuses on American vehicles, we don’t get to feature the multitude of interesting and mysterious vehicles from other lands that cross our desks on a regular basis in the magazine. But anything goes here on the Hemmings Daily, so let’s shake that particular folder out and see what we’ve got. To start with, Michael posted this streamliner to Flickr a couple years back. As we can see from the sign, this ain’t the Rockies. In fact, it’s on the Grossglockner Hochalpens...
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Unrestored Original 1966 Shelby G.T. 350H Is a Movie Star Too

During his stay overseas with the military, Gino Lucci developed a love for the Ford GT40. “I used to read Playboy religiously while stationed in ’Nam, and they would advertise the GT40 in each issue,” he says. “I knew when I got home to New York I had to have one.” Gino squirreled away every penny he made in the service, and in the fall of 1968 he was back home and ready to make a purchase. The $3,500 he’d saved during his tenure in the Navy was a nice sum back then, but not nearly enough for w...
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We drove a new $38,000 Nissan Leaf to see how it stacks up against Tesla and the Chevy Bolt — here's the verdict

The Nissan Leaf EV is all-new for 2018. Since its introduction in 2010, Nissan has sold more than 300,000 Leafs — making it the best selling EV in the world. The second generation Leaf is powered by a 40 kWh lithium-ion battery pack with a range of 151 miles on a single charge. Our test car also came with Nissan's optional ProPilot Assist semi-autonomous driving tech. We found the Leaf to be a very pleasant and capable EV. However, the 151 miles of range is lacking when compared to its rivals....
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Video: This Is All You Need to Know about 2019 Toyota RAV4

Revealed prior to the 2018 New York Auto Show, the all-new 2019 Toyota RAV4 is slowly but surely making its way onto the North American market, becoming a serious contender in the segment with a splashing design and the latest technology onboard. One of the main attractions of the show, the 2019 Toyota RAV4 is now looking more aggressive and feeling more powerful. We are dealing here with a completely new car in terms of design, embracing the company`s new philosophy. It also shares some aggre...
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NYIAS Race Cars Gallery

With the New York International Auto Show slightly slimmed down for 2018, some of the individual manufacturer’s booths followed suit. Fewer OEM’s showcased their race cars, and while there was a noticeable lack of rally cars on the show floor, there were still enough race cars to make the show worth it. Honda displayed Takuma Sato’s winning car from the 2017 Indy 500 front and center: Nissan showcased their Formula e car: Acura brought along the stunning NSX GT3: Toyota launched the Coro...
Tags: Auto Shows, Long Beach, Autos, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Motorsport, Mario Andretti, New York Auto Show, Acura, Takuma Sato, New York International Auto Show, Saratoga Auto Museum, Super Cars, Fredric Aasbo, Newman Haas Lola


The 36 hottest cars we saw at the New York Auto Show

The 2018 New York Auto Show saw major car reveals from brands such as Acura, Cadillac, Nissan, Jaguar,  Toyota, and Volkswagen. The show focused more on cars for everyday life instead of Geneva's supercars bonanza. The 2018 New York International Auto Show ended on April 8. The 2018 New York International Auto Show came to an end over the weekend at the Javits Center.  This year, the big story is crossover SUVs. And they were here en masse, in every color, size, and price point imaginable. ...
Tags: US, Trends, Geneva, Toyota, Volkswagen, New York Auto Show, New York International Auto Show, Cross Sport, Acura Cadillac Nissan Jaguar Toyota, Atlas Cross


Here are the 17 coolest new trucks and SUVs coming to market this year

Trucks and SUVs remain the hottest sellers in the US auto market As a result, these vehicles also dominate the lineups at auto shows. The big story at the 2018 New York Auto Show centers around the new crossover SUVs that are headed to dealerships in the near future.  Trucks and SUVs dominate the top of the sales charts these days. And this dominance is reflected on the show floor at the 2018 New York International Auto Show.  This year, the biggest story in New York is the slew of new cross...
Tags: New York, US, Trends, Toyota, New York Auto Show, Mercedes Benz, Hyundai Santa Fe, New York International Auto Show, Acura Cadillac Jaguar Hyundai Lincoln Subaru, Ford GMC


New York International Auto Show – It’s Electric!

With a major emphasis on electric vehicles, a slightly pared-down New York International Auto Show opened its doors to media on the Wednesday and Thursday before the Easter / Passover weekend. True to trend, some of the major launches happened off-site in the days leading up to the official media days, while some skipped any sort of event at all. The North Hall was closed and many of the major automaker booths were conspicuously smaller than previous years, there were still some notable launches...
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2019 Chevrolet Cruze Facelift Sedan and Hatch Unveiled

We were expecting to see these bad boys at the New York Auto Show, but Chevy decided to reveal the new Cruze models when the dust has settled on the big events. So here is the 2019 Chevrolet Cruze in sedan and hatchback form, featuring a revised styling and upgraded equipment and technology.  In terms of styling the 2019 Chevrolet Cruze facelift shifts towards premiumness , especially with the Premier trim, boasting highlights such as dual-element taillamps with LED accent lighting and sculp...
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2018 N.Y. Auto Show: The hits and misses

Following our coverage of the 2018 New York International Auto Show, we round up our thoughts on 2018's heavy list of reveals. Here’s what we liked and we didn’t like from this year’s exhibition. The post 2018 N.Y. Auto Show: The hits and misses appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Opinion, Cars, Trends, Auto Shows, New York Auto Show, New York International Auto Show, 2018 New York International Auto Show, 2018 NYIAS


Hits and misses at the 2018 New York International Auto Show

Following our coverage of the 2018 New York International Auto Show, we round up our thoughts on 2018's heavy list of reveals. Here’s what we liked and we didn’t like from this year’s exhibition. The post Hits and misses at the 2018 New York International Auto Show appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Opinion, Cars, Trends, Auto Shows, New York Auto Show, New York International Auto Show, 2018 New York International Auto Show, 2018 NYIAS


The coolest things I saw at the 2018 New York Auto Show

The New York International Auto Show runs through April 8. It's a spectacle of new cars, old cars, and concept cars. I toured the show floor during media days. The New York International Auto Show opened at the Javits Center in Manhattan last Friday and runs through this Sunday, April 8.  It signals the end of the US car show circuit, which kicked off last year with Los Angeles and wound through Detroit, Chicago, and Washington before landing in the Big Apple (with a detour to CES in Las Veg...
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2018 New York Auto Show Recap – Optimism in the City

Outside of my hometown of Chicago, New York City remains one of my favorite metropolises. I don’t know why – Manhattan is overstuffed with cars and people, garbage is put out on the sidewalks, hotel rooms are no oasis from street noise, and most goods and services are way too expensive. Perhaps New York has […] The post 2018 New York Auto Show Recap – Optimism in the City appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Cadillac XT4 will get Super Cruise driver-assist tech, but not right away

The 2019 Cadillac XT4 launched at the 2018 New York Auto Show to questions of whether the new SUV would get Cadillac's Super Cruise driver-assist tech. Cadillac won't offer the system at launch, citing prohibitive costs. The post Cadillac XT4 will get Super Cruise driver-assist tech, but not right away appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Cadillac, New York Auto Show, Cadillac Super Cruise, Cadillac XT4


A Mini powered by unobtanium – the classic Mini Electric concept

Classic Mini Electric concept, which debuted at the 2018 New York International Auto Show. Photos courtesy MINI. Battery electric cars don’t typically generate much interest among enthusiasts, so automakers have adopted a new tactic – building electric-powered concept examples of beloved classic cars. Following on the heels of last year’s Jaguar E-type Zero, MINI recently debuted a not-for-production concept, called the classic Mini Electric, at the 2018 New York Auto Show. There’s a method t...
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Toyota Wants More Dudes Buying the RAV4, Along With Everyone Else

The RAV4 has quickly become Toyota’s most important vehicle. While the Corolla still trumps it in overall global volume, the small crossover has made a ridiculous amount of headway over the past decade. Prior to the recession, domestic sales of the RAV4 just barely surpassed 70,000 units per year. Then, after the introduction of the […] The post Toyota Wants More Dudes Buying the RAV4, Along With Everyone Else appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Marketing, Sales, Autos, Toyota, New Cars, New York Auto Show, Corolla, Toyota Motor Corp, News Blog, Toyota RAV4, RAV4, 2019 Toyota RAV4


Autoblog's 2018 New York Auto Show roundup (engadget)

We've seen all that there is to see at the 2018 New York Auto Show, and we won't be walking away disappointed. We saw pure concepts, concepts that clearly point the way for future production models, and comprehensive refreshes of some of the best-sel... [Author: Autoblog]
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The biggest car and SUV debuts at the 2018 New York Auto Show

The 2018 New York Auto Show is a wrap and here are the major new car debuts from brands like Cadillac, Subaru, Porsche, Toyota, and Volkswagen. The post The biggest car and SUV debuts at the 2018 New York Auto Show appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Volkswagen, New York Auto Show, Cadillac CT6, Nissan Altima, 2018 New York Auto Show, Toyota Corolla Hatch, Cadillac Subaru Porsche Toyota


Top 10 must-see cars from the New York Auto Show

The new vehicles represented everything from a new pickup concept to a swoopy concept car            [Author: USA TODAY]
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Here are the 24 cars you need to see at the 2018 New York Auto Show

The 2018 New York Auto Show will see major car reveals from brands such as Acura, Cadillac, Nissan, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, and Volkswagen. The show will have more of a focus on cars for everyday life instead of Geneva's supercars bonanza. The New York International Auto Show is open to the public now and will run until April 8. After the annual supercar festival that was the Geneva Motor Show, the New York International Auto Show is a much more laid-back affair with a focus on cars ...
Tags: US, Trends, Jaguar, Geneva, Toyota, Volkswagen, New York Auto Show, New York International Auto Show, Acura Cadillac Nissan Jaguar Mercedes Benz Toyota, Volkswagen Atlas Cross, Cross Sport


Exciting Debuts From The 2018 New York Auto Show + Geneva Motor Show: Our highlights on design, sustainable materials, zero-emissions and more

Just weeks apart, the globally-focused Geneva Motor Show and USA-focused New York Auto Show deliver some of the most exciting news in the rapidly changing auto industry. From new ownership programs to developing technologies and, of course, new designs...... Continue Reading...
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8 Performance Cars From the 2018 New York Auto Show

People like powerful cars, and the 2018 New York auto show delivered a good selection of high-end performance models sure to spark any car lover’s need for speed. Not only did sedans, coupes, and convertibles make the list, but two potent European SUVs debuted as well. With the current SUV and crossover craze, expect more performance variants of these vehicles to debut at future auto shows. Keep reading to learn about the performance cars debuting at the New York auto show. 2019 Cadillac CT6 ...
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Bark’s Bites: New York’s Greatest Misses

It seems like only last year that the star of the New York International Auto Show was an 840 horsepower, zero you-know-whats-given, single-seated rocketship that did a 9 second 1/4 mile and literally lit things on fire. That’s probably because it was last year. This year, I found myself enthralled by … an in-car audio system. […] The post Bark’s Bites: New York’s Greatest Misses appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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The all-new Lexus UX crossover comes to America for the first time

After its reveal at the 2018 Geneva Auto Show, Lexus brought its all-new entry-level crossover to North America for the first time at the 2018 New York Auto Show. The UX arrives on Lexus’ latest modular platform. The post The all-new Lexus UX crossover comes to America for the first time appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, America, Trends, Lexus, North America, New York Auto Show, Lexus UX, 2018 New York International Auto Show, 2018 New York Auto Show, 2018 NYIAS, Geneva Auto Show Lexus