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Kellogg’s newest superhero on the scene, The Crunchy Nut, saves Americans from boring breakfasts with the help of the Crunchy Truck. Go behind the scenes of the making of the superhero vehicle. Fashioned from a 1995 Chevy Utilimaster the truck features a satellite breakfast bowl equipped with the most advanced GPS technology helping The Crunchy Nut find those in danger of boring breakfasts and a 6-cylinder turbo milk jug boost to transport him to the rescue faster than reheating last night’s leftover pizza.
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The expert editors from Kelley Blue Book’s www.kbb.com, the leading provider of new car and used car information, today name the 10 Coolest New Cars Under $18,000 (http://www.kbb.com/car-reviews-and-news/top-10/10-coolest-cars-under-18000-2012/). In this annual list published by Kelley Blue Book’s kbb.com, the editors ranked their top choices and named the 2013 Dodge Dart as this year’s No. 1 affordable new ‘Cool Car.’
The economy is at a near-standstill and gas prices are through the roof, but regardless of financial constraints or economic hardships, the simple fact remains that car shoppers want their new ride to be cool. That is why now, more than ever, kbb.com’s annual list of the 10 Coolest Cars under $18,000 is in tune with the times, providing a great selection of cars that are not only affordable, but also fun.
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What makes the Chevy Volt run? Find out during DESIGN West, March 26-29, when UBM Electronics, the daily source of essential business and technical information for the electronics industry’s decision makers, and Avnet Express, the e-Commerce engine for Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT), reveal the design secrets behind the Volt following their Drive for Innovation’s Teardown of the vehicle.
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The Detroit Auto Show is where the global automotive community converges and the future of transportation is revealed. This year over 40 automotive manufacturers will attend, and over 500 vehicles will be on display, including some of the most innovative designs in the world as well as never-before seen debuts.
Drive for Innovation is an initiative presented by UBM Electronics in partnership with Avnet Express, the e-Commerce engine for Avnet Electronics Marketing, an operating group of Avnet, Inc. The first-of-its kind media project is designed to showcase electronics innovation and automotive system design with a cross-country journey in a Chevrolet Volt. The 12-month initiative will celebrate innovative people, products and places in electronics and technology.
EE Times Editorial Director Brian Fuller will visit innovation hubs across America, interviewing engineers, entrepreneurs, innovators, students and “mad scientists” – all while blogging and posting video about his experiences. Fuller will highlight inspiring stories and detail electronics innovation behind the Volt and the future of plug-in electric cars.
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UBM Electronics, a UBM company and the daily source of essential business and technical information for the electronics industry’s decision makers, today announced a first-of-its kind cross-country journey showcasing electronics innovation in the new Chevrolet Volt.
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The Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf earn the highest safety ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in the first-ever U.S. crash test evaluations of plug-in electric cars. The milestone demonstrates that automakers are using the same safety engineering in new electric cars as they do in gasoline-powered vehicles.
The Volt and Leaf earn the top rating of good for front, side, rear, and rollover crash protection. With standard electronic stability control, they qualify as winners of TOP SAFETY PICK, the Institute’s award for state-of-the-art crash protection. The ratings help consumers pick vehicles that offer a higher level of protection than federal safety standards require.
Meet the people working behind the scenes to bring you the world’s best cars and trucks. Mel Fox, a Battery Integration Engineer for the Chevy Volt, loves to combine her personal passion for energy efficiency with her job in developing the latest technology in alternative vehicle propulsion. Read more about Mel at http://www.facesofgm.com/.