Auto News

AutoGuide News Blog


The AutoGuide News Blog is your source for breaking stories from the auto industry. Delivering news immediately, the AutoGuide Blog is constantly updated with the latest information, photos and video from manufacturers, auto shows, the aftermarket and professional racing.
 |  Aug 20 2012, 8:20 AM

Play the Qwiki: AutoGuide Weekend News Wrapup, Monday, August 20


It was a busy weekend in the auto industry this weekend, from the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, to discussion of bankruptcy with General Motors. Find out all the news in one minute or less with the AutoGuide weekend news Qwiki.

 |  Aug 06 2012, 7:55 AM

Play the Qwiki: AutoGuide Weekend News Wrapup, Monday, August 6

Want to know what happened in the auto industry over the weekend but don’t have the time to hunt through old stories? AutoGuide has you covered with our one minute weekend news wrapup.

 |  Jul 30 2012, 8:01 AM

Play the Qwiki: AutoGuide Weekend News Update, July 30, 2012

If you tuned-out over the weekend, AutoGuide’s one minute weekend wrap-up delivers the biggest news stories in 60 seconds or less.

Continue Reading…

 |  Jul 23 2012, 8:55 AM

Play the Qwiki: AutoGuide.com Weekend News Wrapup, Monday July 23

Continue Reading…

 |  Jul 16 2012, 9:06 AM

Play the Qwiki: AutoGuide.com Weekend News Wrapup, July 16, 2012


The weekend’s news in just one minute, view the AutoGuide.com Qwiki above for a rundown of the top four stories you may have missed.  Major news stories over the weekend include the confirmation of the Lexus LF-LC for production, not to mention the BMW M7. Also making news are Audi’s plans to offer a V6 diesel in the US, while Ford is recalling its new 2013 Escape crossover.

A continuing work in progress, leave your comments on how we can improve the AutoGuide Qwiki weekend news update below.

 |  Jul 09 2012, 10:00 AM

Play the Qwiki: AutoGuide.com Weekend News Wrap-up, July 9th


Welcome to AutoGuide’s first ever weekend news wrap-up Qwiki. Bringing you the top stories over the weekend that you might have missed in an innovative new format, it’s a work in progress that we intend to polish in the coming weeks.

A real-time experiment in media we’re hoping to crowd source opinions on how to improve, so be sure to leave your feedback on what we can do to make it better. Should there be a talking-head at the start? Should it have more photos? Should we get a better background?

In the mean time, enjoy the weekend’s news in just 60 seconds.

 

Filed under: Featured Articles
Tags: