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Key keeps tabs on teen drivers

The Ford Motor Co. is introducing MyKey, that uses a computer chip to control the vehicle's speed and the volume of its audio system, among other things

The Nano reaches showrooms

Eager consumers will be able to place orders for the much-anticipated world's cheapest car on Monday after it hit Indian showrooms

Honda announces production cuts

Automaker offers voluntary buyouts, cuts workers' pay and imposes non-production days at its North American plants to reduce output

India unveils world's cheapest car

The world's cheapest car will retail for just over $2,000 (U.S.) and can be yours, if you live in India and are very lucky, by July, Tata Motors said Monday.

India launches world's cheapest car

The Tata Nano, a sporty, jelly-bean-shaped car has attracted headlines for its $2,000 (U.S.) price tag.

Jeremy Cato tours the auto show

Check out the coolest concepts, the car of the year, and the best $400,000 car at the show

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 1

Reid Bigland of Chrysler and David Mondragon of Ford are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 2

Stepehn Beatty of Toyota, Jerry Chenkin of Honda and Mark Grimm of Nissan, interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 3

Steve Kelleher of Hyundai and David Patterson of Mitsubishi are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 4

John White of Volkswagen and Lindsay Duffield of BMW are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)


 

Key keeps tabs on teen drivers

The Ford Motor Co. is introducing MyKey, that uses a computer chip to control the vehicle's speed and the volume of its audio system, among other things

The Nano reaches showrooms

Eager consumers will be able to place orders for the much-anticipated world's cheapest car on Monday after it hit Indian showrooms

Honda announces production cuts

Automaker offers voluntary buyouts, cuts workers' pay and imposes non-production days at its North American plants to reduce output

India unveils world's cheapest car

The world's cheapest car will retail for just over $2,000 (U.S.) and can be yours, if you live in India and are very lucky, by July, Tata Motors said Monday.

India launches world's cheapest car

The Tata Nano, a sporty, jelly-bean-shaped car has attracted headlines for its $2,000 (U.S.) price tag.

Jeremy Cato tours the auto show

Check out the coolest concepts, the car of the year, and the best $400,000 car at the show

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 1

Reid Bigland of Chrysler and David Mondragon of Ford are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 2

Stepehn Beatty of Toyota, Jerry Chenkin of Honda and Mark Grimm of Nissan, interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 3

Steve Kelleher of Hyundai and David Patterson of Mitsubishi are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 4

John White of Volkswagen and Lindsay Duffield of BMW are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)


 

Key keeps tabs on teen drivers

The Ford Motor Co. is introducing MyKey, that uses a computer chip to control the vehicle's speed and the volume of its audio system, among other things

The Nano reaches showrooms

Eager consumers will be able to place orders for the much-anticipated world's cheapest car on Monday after it hit Indian showrooms

Honda announces production cuts

Automaker offers voluntary buyouts, cuts workers' pay and imposes non-production days at its North American plants to reduce output

India unveils world's cheapest car

The world's cheapest car will retail for just over $2,000 (U.S.) and can be yours, if you live in India and are very lucky, by July, Tata Motors said Monday.

India launches world's cheapest car

The Tata Nano, a sporty, jelly-bean-shaped car has attracted headlines for its $2,000 (U.S.) price tag.

Jeremy Cato tours the auto show

Check out the coolest concepts, the car of the year, and the best $400,000 car at the show

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 1

Reid Bigland of Chrysler and David Mondragon of Ford are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 2

Stepehn Beatty of Toyota, Jerry Chenkin of Honda and Mark Grimm of Nissan, interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 3

Steve Kelleher of Hyundai and David Patterson of Mitsubishi are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 4

John White of Volkswagen and Lindsay Duffield of BMW are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)


 

Key keeps tabs on teen drivers

The Ford Motor Co. is introducing MyKey, that uses a computer chip to control the vehicle's speed and the volume of its audio system, among other things

The Nano reaches showrooms

Eager consumers will be able to place orders for the much-anticipated world's cheapest car on Monday after it hit Indian showrooms

Honda announces production cuts

Automaker offers voluntary buyouts, cuts workers' pay and imposes non-production days at its North American plants to reduce output

India unveils world's cheapest car

The world's cheapest car will retail for just over $2,000 (U.S.) and can be yours, if you live in India and are very lucky, by July, Tata Motors said Monday.

India launches world's cheapest car

The Tata Nano, a sporty, jelly-bean-shaped car has attracted headlines for its $2,000 (U.S.) price tag.

Jeremy Cato tours the auto show

Check out the coolest concepts, the car of the year, and the best $400,000 car at the show

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 1

Reid Bigland of Chrysler and David Mondragon of Ford are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 2

Stepehn Beatty of Toyota, Jerry Chenkin of Honda and Mark Grimm of Nissan, interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 3

Steve Kelleher of Hyundai and David Patterson of Mitsubishi are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 4

John White of Volkswagen and Lindsay Duffield of BMW are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)


 

Key keeps tabs on teen drivers

The Ford Motor Co. is introducing MyKey, that uses a computer chip to control the vehicle's speed and the volume of its audio system, among other things

The Nano reaches showrooms

Eager consumers will be able to place orders for the much-anticipated world's cheapest car on Monday after it hit Indian showrooms

Honda announces production cuts

Automaker offers voluntary buyouts, cuts workers' pay and imposes non-production days at its North American plants to reduce output

India unveils world's cheapest car

The world's cheapest car will retail for just over $2,000 (U.S.) and can be yours, if you live in India and are very lucky, by July, Tata Motors said Monday.

India launches world's cheapest car

The Tata Nano, a sporty, jelly-bean-shaped car has attracted headlines for its $2,000 (U.S.) price tag.

Jeremy Cato tours the auto show

Check out the coolest concepts, the car of the year, and the best $400,000 car at the show

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 1

Reid Bigland of Chrysler and David Mondragon of Ford are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 2

Stepehn Beatty of Toyota, Jerry Chenkin of Honda and Mark Grimm of Nissan, interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 3

Steve Kelleher of Hyundai and David Patterson of Mitsubishi are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 4

John White of Volkswagen and Lindsay Duffield of BMW are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)


 

Key keeps tabs on teen drivers

The Ford Motor Co. is introducing MyKey, that uses a computer chip to control the vehicle's speed and the volume of its audio system, among other things

The Nano reaches showrooms

Eager consumers will be able to place orders for the much-anticipated world's cheapest car on Monday after it hit Indian showrooms

Honda announces production cuts

Automaker offers voluntary buyouts, cuts workers' pay and imposes non-production days at its North American plants to reduce output

India unveils world's cheapest car

The world's cheapest car will retail for just over $2,000 (U.S.) and can be yours, if you live in India and are very lucky, by July, Tata Motors said Monday.

India launches world's cheapest car

The Tata Nano, a sporty, jelly-bean-shaped car has attracted headlines for its $2,000 (U.S.) price tag.

Jeremy Cato tours the auto show

Check out the coolest concepts, the car of the year, and the best $400,000 car at the show

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 1

Reid Bigland of Chrysler and David Mondragon of Ford are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 2

Stepehn Beatty of Toyota, Jerry Chenkin of Honda and Mark Grimm of Nissan, interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 3

Steve Kelleher of Hyundai and David Patterson of Mitsubishi are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 4

John White of Volkswagen and Lindsay Duffield of BMW are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)


 

Key keeps tabs on teen drivers

The Ford Motor Co. is introducing MyKey, that uses a computer chip to control the vehicle's speed and the volume of its audio system, among other things

The Nano reaches showrooms

Eager consumers will be able to place orders for the much-anticipated world's cheapest car on Monday after it hit Indian showrooms

Honda announces production cuts

Automaker offers voluntary buyouts, cuts workers' pay and imposes non-production days at its North American plants to reduce output

India unveils world's cheapest car

The world's cheapest car will retail for just over $2,000 (U.S.) and can be yours, if you live in India and are very lucky, by July, Tata Motors said Monday.

India launches world's cheapest car

The Tata Nano, a sporty, jelly-bean-shaped car has attracted headlines for its $2,000 (U.S.) price tag.

Jeremy Cato tours the auto show

Check out the coolest concepts, the car of the year, and the best $400,000 car at the show

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 1

Reid Bigland of Chrysler and David Mondragon of Ford are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 2

Stepehn Beatty of Toyota, Jerry Chenkin of Honda and Mark Grimm of Nissan, interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 3

Steve Kelleher of Hyundai and David Patterson of Mitsubishi are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 4

John White of Volkswagen and Lindsay Duffield of BMW are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)


 

Key keeps tabs on teen drivers

The Ford Motor Co. is introducing MyKey, that uses a computer chip to control the vehicle's speed and the volume of its audio system, among other things

The Nano reaches showrooms

Eager consumers will be able to place orders for the much-anticipated world's cheapest car on Monday after it hit Indian showrooms

Honda announces production cuts

Automaker offers voluntary buyouts, cuts workers' pay and imposes non-production days at its North American plants to reduce output

India unveils world's cheapest car

The world's cheapest car will retail for just over $2,000 (U.S.) and can be yours, if you live in India and are very lucky, by July, Tata Motors said Monday.

India launches world's cheapest car

The Tata Nano, a sporty, jelly-bean-shaped car has attracted headlines for its $2,000 (U.S.) price tag.

Jeremy Cato tours the auto show

Check out the coolest concepts, the car of the year, and the best $400,000 car at the show

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 1

Reid Bigland of Chrysler and David Mondragon of Ford are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 2

Stepehn Beatty of Toyota, Jerry Chenkin of Honda and Mark Grimm of Nissan, interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 3

Steve Kelleher of Hyundai and David Patterson of Mitsubishi are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 4

John White of Volkswagen and Lindsay Duffield of BMW are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)


 

Key keeps tabs on teen drivers

The Ford Motor Co. is introducing MyKey, that uses a computer chip to control the vehicle's speed and the volume of its audio system, among other things

The Nano reaches showrooms

Eager consumers will be able to place orders for the much-anticipated world's cheapest car on Monday after it hit Indian showrooms

Honda announces production cuts

Automaker offers voluntary buyouts, cuts workers' pay and imposes non-production days at its North American plants to reduce output

India unveils world's cheapest car

The world's cheapest car will retail for just over $2,000 (U.S.) and can be yours, if you live in India and are very lucky, by July, Tata Motors said Monday.

India launches world's cheapest car

The Tata Nano, a sporty, jelly-bean-shaped car has attracted headlines for its $2,000 (U.S.) price tag.

Jeremy Cato tours the auto show

Check out the coolest concepts, the car of the year, and the best $400,000 car at the show

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 1

Reid Bigland of Chrysler and David Mondragon of Ford are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 2

Stepehn Beatty of Toyota, Jerry Chenkin of Honda and Mark Grimm of Nissan, interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 3

Steve Kelleher of Hyundai and David Patterson of Mitsubishi are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 4

John White of Volkswagen and Lindsay Duffield of BMW are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)


 

Key keeps tabs on teen drivers

The Ford Motor Co. is introducing MyKey, that uses a computer chip to control the vehicle's speed and the volume of its audio system, among other things

The Nano reaches showrooms

Eager consumers will be able to place orders for the much-anticipated world's cheapest car on Monday after it hit Indian showrooms

Honda announces production cuts

Automaker offers voluntary buyouts, cuts workers' pay and imposes non-production days at its North American plants to reduce output

India unveils world's cheapest car

The world's cheapest car will retail for just over $2,000 (U.S.) and can be yours, if you live in India and are very lucky, by July, Tata Motors said Monday.

India launches world's cheapest car

The Tata Nano, a sporty, jelly-bean-shaped car has attracted headlines for its $2,000 (U.S.) price tag.

Jeremy Cato tours the auto show

Check out the coolest concepts, the car of the year, and the best $400,000 car at the show

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 1

Reid Bigland of Chrysler and David Mondragon of Ford are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 2

Stepehn Beatty of Toyota, Jerry Chenkin of Honda and Mark Grimm of Nissan, interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 3

Steve Kelleher of Hyundai and David Patterson of Mitsubishi are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

2009 Canadian Auto Summit - Part 4

John White of Volkswagen and Lindsay Duffield of BMW are interviewed by Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan. (Video courtesty of BNN)

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