AAH #36 – Dunne Got ‘Em

December 18th, 2009 at 12:32pm

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We’re gathered for our last show of the year and we thought it’d be fun to play a game of “I Spy” with the master, Jim Dunne, legendary spy photographer. Over his 45-year career, Jim brought us many of our first glimpses at new product before they ever hit the auto show floor. Now he’s here to share some of his best tales of automotive espionage. Of course we’ve also got to discuss the tumultuous world of green vehicles of late: Chevy Volt – the Dance, Audi’s De Nysschen says the EV “love affair” has to end and Honda is under pressure after the Civic Hybrid doesn’t meet mileage claims. Peter De Lorenzo, the Autoextremist, and David Welch from BusinessWeek and Bloomberg News help John McElroy in studio.

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4 Comments to “AAH #36 – Dunne Got ‘Em”

  1. Episode 294 – Saab Is Going To Die, Slow Chrysler Recovery, Fiat’s Transit Connect – Autoline Daily Says:

    [...] can watch the entire Autoline After Hours show on our website right now at http://www.AutolineDetroit.tv. Just look for it in the John’s Journal [...]

  2. Andrew Charles Says:

    GM Daewoo released a couple of partially obscured photos (hidden behind the new Matiz/Spark) of the next-gen Aveo the other day.

  3. Andrew Charles Says:

    The XJ is the sedan, the coupe has been for many years the XK.

  4. Andrew Charles Says:

    Demolition Man was a Stallone movie. It mentioned the Schwarzenegger Presidential Library but he never appeared. The car was a GM concept.