AAH #464 – Why The Car of The Future Will Still Be Made From Steel

May 17th, 2019 at 10:39am

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06:50 – Stronger with Steel:
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44:22 – Best-selling Hybrid Passenger car in U.S.
48:02 – Adaptive Cruise Control and Manual Transmissions
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2 Comments to “AAH #464 – Why The Car of The Future Will Still Be Made From Steel”

  1. Ross Johnston Says:

    Hi Guys,

    Just further info – I have the 2018 Accord with manual 6 speed. The ACC works terrific as does that amazing transmission. So happy with this vehicle. Keep up the great work!
    Ross

  2. Jim Haines Says:

    Charles Kettering was owner of Dayton Engineering Laboratories company DELCO not Dayton Electric Co. I have a history line of AC DELCO from GM in the 80s and that is a common mistake Dayton Electric is a brand of products at Grainger