This Week at eGMCarTech

Miss anything from this week? Here are a couple of important highlights from the week of 12-10-2007 to 12-15-2007. As always, check out the Archives Page for full coverage.

  • 12-15-2007: Maserati and Ferragamo bring you luggage for the GranTurismo
  • 12-15-2007: Video: Production BMW X6 in action, promo video hits the web!
  • 12-15-2007: Lexus increases prices on some 2008 models
  • 12-14-2007: 2008 Dodge Viper SRT-10 ACR priced under $100,000
  • 12-14-2007: Nissan and Chrysler talking cooperation, according to source
  • 12-14-2007: VW of America changes name to ‘VW Group of America’
  • 12-14-2007: Officially Official: Land Rover LRX Concept in detail
  • 12-13-2007: 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo pricing announced
  • 12-13-2007: Paris Hilton looking to go hybrid
  • 12-13-2007: Officially Official: Ford Shelby GT500KR is the new KITT
  • 12-12-2007: Spy Shot: Chevrolet Camaro spotted mostly uncovered
  • 12-12-2007: Lutz: “˜Read my lips – I am not thinking retirement’
  • 12-12-2007: Edo Competition gets its hands on the Porsche Carrera GT
  • 12-12-2007: Japan Rumor: Is Lexus working on an IS-F/R?
  • 12-12-2007: Audi promises more ‘cool stuff’ for the U.S. market
  • 12-12-2007: More details on the Aston V12 Vantage RS Concept
  • 12-12-2007: Detroit Auto Show Preview: Honda to show prototype Pilot
  • 12-12-2007: Ford offering glass roof option for Mustangs
  • 12-12-2007: Detroit Auto Show Preview: Mazda to show new ‘Furai’ Concept
  • 12-11-2007: Aston Martin puts 600hp V12 in the Vantage RS
  • 12-11-2007: James Bond will still get to drive an Aston Martin DBS
  • 12-10-2007: GM releases first teaser of the production Chevy Volt
  • 12-10-2007: Detroit Auto Show Preview: HUMMER HX Concept
  • 12-10-2007: Spy Shots: MINI SUV (or SAV) spotted
  • 12-10-2007: Ford Mustang fans want more ‘special edition’ models
  • 12-10-2007: First time for everything: Land Rover passes 200,000 in sales
  • 12-10-2007: Ford to cut back on V8-mix for the Mustang
  • 12-10-2007: VW CEO: “We want to be in 2010 where Toyota is now”