• Jan 18th 2011 at 4:45PM
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Episode #213 of the Autoblog Podcast is our first show in a while with a guest. Dave Sullivan, auto analyst for AutoPacific, joins us as we discuss the supposedly impending arrival of the Toyobaru coupe at the Geneva Motor Show, the apparent officialness of a Camaro Z28 for 2012, whispers of a new Ford GT, and UAW attempts to convince automakers in the southern U.S. to organize. Your feedback and questions fuel some more discussion until we wrap up at an hour and thirty eight minutes. Thanks for listening!

Autoblog Podcast #213: With Dave Sullivan of AutoPacific

In the Autoblog Garage:

2011 Hyundai Elantra
2011 Buick Lacrosse
2011 Kia Optima EX

News Topics: Hosts: Dan Roth, Chris Shunk, Zach Bowman
Runtime: 01:37:39

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      Thank you for answering my question about the Honda sports car guys. :)
      • 4 Years Ago
      W00t podcast time favorite time of the week.
      • 4 Years Ago
      lol @ Ford GT successor is to Nissan GT-R as Pirate is to Ninja
      • 4 Years Ago
      I'm a new autoblog reader and 3 questions asked before this podcast had me very interested:

      - whether Honda will ever make another sports car
      - why Honda's styling direction is off base
      - whether dual clutch will replace automatics

      but this podcast format is a just a really, really poor and inefficient way of transmitting info. It'd require me to listen to the whole thing (90 mins), which I just don't have the time or willingness for.

      Are there any better ways of doing this? e.g. can you at least roughly point out what topic is discussed around the x-minute mark? Even better would be to have the podcast summarized in written form, but I know that's asking for too much.
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