Recently several hundred leading innovators and innovative thinkers gathered in Camden, Maine for the annual PopTech conference, three days of ideas that are changing our world. So, I thought it only appropriate to drive there in a car that is also taking on conventions and changing the way we think about cars: The Chevy Volt.
Picture this: you live in Southern California, with all its glorious sunsets and groovy surfer culture, and you get the bug: You learn to surf. Your hair gets those incredible golden highlights, your skin glows with a warm tan, and you look great in Ugg boots and a miniskirt. It’s settled: you’re getting a surfboard.
Honda introduces the first car designed just for women: The Fit She’s, coming soon in Japan. And, the subject of Today Show’s host chat (room for your purse: Great! Room for his ‘murse?’ Go get your own car!). Honda Fit
Need a new car? Want a good deal? Sales are ahead. And it’s a great time: New cars are loaded with Luxuries. Luxury automakers are moving up their annual year-end discounts earlier in 2012 in a bid to outsell one another in the U.S., said Mark Fields, Ford Motor Co. (F)’s president of the Americas….
The era of nickle-and-diming customers may be gone, says Luxury travel blogger Kim-Marie Evans on her site Luxury Travel Mom. Now, we’re being “twenty-dollared to death.” She found some astounding cost add-ons that might help you decide: Fly or dirve? Evans details these charges here for ABC News: New travel fees are intended to save you money?
When a company says “we listened to our customers,” they have my ear. Did they really listen? And will they deliver what the customer wants? This was Nissan’s approach during a retrenchment–a terrible few years during the global recession and after suffering damage from the tsunami and earthquake last year–the carmaker took the approach of…