Friday, March 28, 2008

2008 New York International Auto Show


Indstry vip's catch a sneek pick on the show floor before the public Over 1.2 Million attend the New York international Auto Show each year making this show the pillar of the Autoshow industry

Speed Racer Car

Dick Colliver,


Honda Fit Honda's best selling car in Japan Us Launch April 2006 Sales up 87%

Tom Purves, President and CEO of BMW North America


Tom Purves, Introduces BMW's Concept CS sedan

Dr Thomas Weber, member of the Daimler board responsible for group research and Mercedes-Benz development


(Dr Thomas Weber, Right)
A new lithium-ion battery Technology at Daimler will be used in the series-production S 400 BlueHYBRID automotive applications by next year.

Dr Thomas Weber, a member of the Daimler board responsible for group research and Mercedes-Benz development, said: "This is a groundbreaking technology that will be a decisive factor in the future success of the automotive industry."


Think Green? According to Mercedes, The New color of Green is
Bluetech-hybrid and the parties at Mercedes as they introduce the world’s most economical and clean vehicle.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Ernst Lieb, president and CEO of Mercedes-Benz USA

Dick Colliver, Executive Vice President, Acura



Acura debut the all-new 2009 Acura TSX sports sedan.

Robert Nardelli, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Chrysler LLC


Robert Nardelli, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Chrysler LLC

James E. Press


James E. Press, Chryslers, Vice chairman and co-president. Press was hired in Sept 2007 to help turn the company around, Press was the highest-ranking American at Toyota serving over 37 years.

IAG Research Announces Winners for Automotive Advertising Awards


On Stage IAG Automotive President, Lois Miller  March 19, 2008
IAG Research, the TV ad
effectiveness and program engagement company,
announced the winners
at the 2nd Annual IAG Automotive Advertising Awards
at the New York
International Auto Show's opening press breakfast.
The IAG Automotive
Awards is the only awards program measuring effectiveness
of automobile
ads.
The awards are based on response data from 2.5 million viewers of
national television advertising collected by IAG. IAG Research measures the

effectiveness of every ad and product placement on 23 measured TV networks.
All national auto ads that began airing in 2007 were eligible for the award.
The goal of the IAG awards is to recognize exclusive ads in the
automotive industry,
and make the NYIAS a unique location to host the
awards.