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AutoShow
July 23, 2018

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AutoShow<br>July 23, 2018

AutoShow is all about new vehicles, from production and near-production models, to fanciful concepts.

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AutoShow
July 16, 2018

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AutoShow<br>July 16, 2018

AutoShow is all about new vehicles, from production and near-production models, to fanciful concepts.

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Profiles, Louis Renault
July 16, 2018

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Profiles, Louis Renault</br>July 16, 2018

Born in February of 1877 to a wealthy family of Paris merchants, Renault was the last of five children but the first one interested in all things mechanical. He was intuitive and practical. It was obvious he was different.  Renault failed his school entrance exam but by the age of 20 he had converted his De Dion-Bouton tricycle into a small, four-wheeled vehicle.

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Auto Almanac
July 16, 2018

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Auto Almanac</br>July 16, 2018

A treasure trove of essential automotive quick hits. After designing a highly successful Almanac for one of our daily-newspaper customers, we wondered if we could put together an automotive version. As a result, your new Auto Almanac contains trivia, concept-car spy info, auction notes and even games. All along the way, we invite readers to interact and submit their own ideas.

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Top Gear
July 16, 2018

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Top Gear</br>July 16, 2018

When it comes to wrenching in tight spots, KC LED Light Gloves can come in handy. The breathable, waterproof material and adjustable wrist closures are designed to provide a comfortable fit, while the built-in lithium-ion-powered lights on each glove have high and low settings to let you see exactly what you’re working on.

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Fine Lines: Bugatti Veyron
Fine Lines July 16, 2018

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Fine Lines: Bugatti Veyron</br>Fine Lines July 16, 2018

Bugatti’s factory in France turned out about 8,000 vehicles in total, including some of the most successful racing machinery of the 1920s and ’30s as well as small runs of luxury cars from 1910-’57, 10 years after his death at age 66. All were known for their power and extraordinary beauty and the surviving cars represent iron-clad investments for their owners.

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AutoShow
July 9, 2018

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AutoShow<br>July 9, 2018

AutoShow is all about new vehicles, from production and near-production models, to fanciful concepts.

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WordSearch
July 9, 2018

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WordSearch</br>July 9, 2018

What it is: Why are auto publications so dry and so serious? We’re living proof that car nuts have a sense of humor and want to have a little sugar on their Corn Flakes. Your readers will have fun with the “Driver ’s Seat” Word Search as they unearth people, places and events. Driver ’s Seat is just one step in making your auto product more interactive, which provides more exposure for advertisers and more revenue for all.

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Ferrari 812 Superfast
The Octane Lounge July 9, 2018

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Ferrari 812 Superfast</br>The Octane Lounge July 9, 2018

Under the hood is a 789-horsepower V-12 engine — non-turbocharged — the most powerful regular production Ferrari of all time. That’s up from 770 horsepower in the 812 Superfast’s predecessor, the F12tdf. The engine also produces 530 pound-feet of torque and the lone gearbox offered is a seven-speed paddle-shift automatic.

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Shift!
July 9, 2018

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Shift!</br>July 9, 2018

The first “green” feature. One of our most popular new weekly features takes a look at the auto world from the unique perspective of fuel efficiency and technology as it relates to the environment, from hydrogen, hybrids, electric power and other alternative methods of propulsion. “Shift” is exactly that: a shift in thinking. What will the vehicle of tomorrow look like? Your readers can find out today in Shift. This predesigned module can be used as-is or reconfigured to fit just about any space.

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