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    Official: Toyota debuts 'Let's Go Places' tagline
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    There's more movement in the world of marketing: while Lincoln gets on with its "Reimagined" campaign, Toyota has announced a new ad slogan, "Let's Go Places." Time will tell where it slots into the brand's history of taglines, from the rather anonymous end where "Moving Forward" (the phrase it ...

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    Report: Ford scraps "Drive One" ad slogan in favor of "Go Further"
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    Ford has adopted a new ad slogan designed to ward off complacency after successful run of nearly six years. The company is reportedly retiring its "Drive One" tag line for "Go Further," which will be used in marketing campaigns in both the U.S. and Europe. Ford had been using the line "Feel the ...

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    Video: The 'Ultimate Driving Machine' is back
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    No matter what you think about the BMW brand or its vehicles, you've got to admit that it's got the greatest slogan of any car company, ever. "The Ultimate Driving Machine" is one of those timeless phrases that ad execs dream about and companies pay millions to come up with. According to The New ...

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    Chevrolet launches baseball app for iPhone/iPad... why?
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    Since we haven't played it, we can only potentially file this under "Um, wut... ?", but Chevrolet apparently has a new baseball app out for the Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. When you're not playing a game with teams like "Sil" (Silverado) and "Cam" (Camaro) or practicing your catching during ...

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    Tagline shuffle: "Bold Moves" out, "Ford. Drive One" in
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    Back in the mid eighties, we think Ford could have had a winner with the corporate slogan "Bold Moves", with vehicles like the original Taurus (and our editor's personal fave, the SHO) boldly going where no vehicle had gone before. These days, with uninspiring designs like the current Taurus, "Bold ...

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    Mulally suggests a return to "Have You Driven A Ford Lately?"
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    Resurrecting the Taurus name isn't the only element from Ford's past that Alan Mulally thinks should make a comeback. Despite having one of their best lineups ever and winning accolades, customers have other makes further up on their list. Potential buyers who actually check out what Ford has to ...

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    Nissan may _SHIFT from using current tagline
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    Apparently, Nissan is going completely automatic. No more SHIFTing for the Japanese brand. Seems that the tagline has failed to catch on and persuade enough buyers to visit their local Nissan dealer, especially in Europe. While no new slogan has been adopted, the _SHIFT tag seems to be headed the ...

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    Mazda dealers: CX-9 sales don't need Zoom-Zoom push
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    We recently lamented Mazda's decision not to bring their new MPV minivan to the States. Mazda helped explain the decision by saying that minivan marketing practices put too much downward pressure on prices and therefore limit profits for automakers. We think Mazda could reverse that trend by doing ...

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    Trademark dumpster diving reveals a few gems
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    The news that is not 'right' has uncovered some interesting automotive tidbits while scouring through obscure trademark filings.First, General Motors has patented the term "8 speed" for use with what is presumed to be an eight-speed transmission. Logical, no? That would put their premium brands, ...

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    BMW drops "Ultimate Driving Machine"
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    BMW has used the tagline "Ultimate Driving Machine" for 31 years. During that time its sales in the U.S. have gone from 15,007 units in 1974 the year before the ad slogan began to 266,200 units in 2005. While producing outstanding automobiles during that time may have something to do with the ...

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