AAH #427 – The Last Panhard and the Genesis of Genesis

July 13th, 2018 at 10:12am

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SPECIAL GUEST:
Ken Nelson, 
Orphan Car Collector

NEWS:
04:09 – Panhard Dyna Z16

34:12 – Doctor Data
36:18 – Hyundai’s Luxury Brand: Genesis
45:32 – What will the effects of tariffs be on the industry?
54:24 – Volvo Launches M: Why is it taking on Uber?
58:32 – Why are scooter companies attracting such huge investments?

PANEL:
- Paul Eisenstein,
The Detroit Bureau
- Gary Vasilash, Automotive Design & Production
- John McElroy, Autoline.tv

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3 Comments to “AAH #427 – The Last Panhard and the Genesis of Genesis”

  1. BP Says:

    Empty garages, full roads. Sharing takes cars out of garages and puts more cars on the street. Shared cars carry customers the same distance as the privately owned autos they replace. They also log mileage between customers. Consider mourning rush hour where most of the traffic flows from the burbs into the city. Shared cars will need to meet their first fares in the burbs and carry them into the city. Then most of the shared cars will travel unoccupied back to the burbs for the next wave of commuters.
    The true impact on the national fleet will be limited by demand at peak demand. At peak, many shared cars will be traveling through increased traffic to pick up the next fare.

  2. Georges St Denis Says:

    I had the pleasure to own a Panhard back in 1964/70. It was a sport car with the same basic flat tween, Model 24CT fully equiped.
    This front wheel drive was taking turns on twisty roads as no other car could do it, even for the Citroen DS 21. In fact a version of this car won the Le Man 24hrs in this class.
    This car was so light and advanced for the time and so reliable, but the commercial was a failure. too bad, I won many Hill races of the time against English cars,they could not match up with the Panhard 24CT (Pictures and booklet presentation available).

  3. johnh875 Says:

    Loved the talk about the Panhard, have seen a handful of them so great to learn more or be reminded of things, eg Panhard et Levassor from the very origin of the car.