The Next Ten

December 18th, 2007 at 1:39pm

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We’re getting ready for the next decade of Autoline and many of our viewers are wondering what we have planned. Well for starters we have the usual lineup of great topics, terrific interviews as well as — and here’s the new part — a brand new set to unveil. So it should be an exciting year. For more information on Autoline 2008, please take a look at this video blog we’ve put together.

9 Comments to “The Next Ten”

  1. Dave Tuttle Says:

    John,
    We spoke last at the DARPA Urban Challenge.. I look forward to seeing your new set and Alan Mulally..
    Merry Christmas and the best of health, happiness, and success in 2008.

  2. Brian Glover Says:

    Complaints dept: Show is too short.

  3. Howard Cohen Says:

    I really look forward to and enjoy all of the industry guests you have every week. Have you ever thought about having a consumer panel to give their viewpoints of the auto industry and what they would like to see in the future? (sitting here sticking up my hand and volunteering)

    I just read a report about the independent shops lobbying the manufacturers for access to repair information. This is a hot topic and about to get hotter. What do you think should or will happen?
    Related to this topic I am wondering if the various governments will ever decide to stop the ‘Do-It-Yourself’ crowd from doing home repairs. Why get a mechanics license of you can just set up in your driveway? I say ‘stop the diy market for safety repairs’. Do you want to drive in front of someone who has just done their first brake repair? Not me.

    Thanks and keep up the great work!

  4. Tony Gray Says:

    Wonderful show. Probably the one I look forward to the most every week. OK, maybe 24 tops the list, but Autoline Detroit is a close second!

  5. John W Pick Says:

    John, I am looking forward to seeing your new set this Sunday. I enjoy your program more than any “car” program that I watch. I only wish that it was 60 minutes long.

    I am getting ready to try one of those hydrogen add on kits on one of my vehicles. I will email you after I do some testing and retuning to let you know how it works out.

    Thanks for your weekly emails and for your great program.

    Regards … John Pick in Ohio

    http://www.topwebsecrets.com/water4gas/?kid=h2o4g009&actual_keyword=Hydrogen%20Generator%20Car&gclid=CLz664WbpJACFQenIwod6COmqA

  6. Andre' Arotcharen Says:

    Hey John,

    I enjoy watching your show every week to find out whats going on in the auto world. John could you do a topic on the auto manufacturers. How they go about nameing thier vehicles?

    Thanks Andre’

  7. allen r. harris Says:

    In a DAY OF ENERGY SHORTAGES;why aren’t magazines and
    automotive shows-not- having comparos of 4cylinder-
    5 passenger cars that still represent a large volume
    of all manufacturers sales.
    People want too see tests of what they are buying!

    THANK YOU.

  8. George Reinis Says:

    John:

    Enjoy your show and watch it every Sunday.

    I have followed automotive technology and I can’t get over the tremendous advancements in engine technology since the advent of computers (my field). I am surprised about your embracing ethanol as a fuel. I can’t go into details of the flawed arguments but I wish that you would ask the most important ingredient of growing crops and creating ethanol. Water is our most important and scarce resource. We can’t afford to waste water and pollute the acquifur with nitrates.

    No one is asking this question and the proponents of this fuel are either hiding this information or they are ignorant of the facts.

    Thank you for a great forum.

  9. Ronald Edens Says:

    Love your show. It’s the one tv show I look forward to every week.

    But I’m not impressed by the new format.
    You don’t see too much of the studio but it just looks gray. And then that awequate handshaking, please leave that out, or do it as a background to the tune.
    I so much prever the straighforward no-nonsence approach of before.
    But I still love the information your show gives.