A Sedan By Any Other Name

In a recent article about the Nashville Auto Show, the question of what constituted a crossover was raised more than once, given that all manner of car show companies, journalists and consumers make it their own when referring to trucks, SUVs and very large, kind of...

Ride-Sharing Apps Lyft Congestion in an Uber Way

Nashville, TN– Earlier this year, the city of Nashville rejected a transit plan that would have added five light-rail lines, an unground tunnel, four bus rapid transit lines, and four crosstown buses to the greater metropolitan area, to the tune of anywhere between...

Trends From the Nashville International Auto Show

Nashville–While Nashville is undoubtedly a smaller city than Manhattan or Los Angeles, it sits in a prime location to showcase new vehicles and promote back models. Behind the healthcare sector, the auto industry is the second largest the state has to offer, with...

The Mad Motor Maker

Recently, we covered the news of Elon Musk’s ill-planned tweet declaring a move to take Tesla private, despite having no resources, concrete plans or informed board members of the decision. The tweet was merely the latest in a long string of worrisome workaholic...

The Beetle Final Edition and the End of an Era

There have been times, throughout the decades of production of the Volkswagen Beetle, where its future was uncertain. When the car was first produced as a funds-raising con during World War II, eventually to be adopted by the British and used for military vehicles, a...
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