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Roadfly Magazine
Issue Eleven
Table of Contents

Past Issues Index
Roadfly Magazine
Aston Martin at Detroit Auto Show
Issue Eleven
March 30, 2004
Live, From Detroit, It's the 2004 NAIAS!
Detroit Auto Show Awards
Keeping things in Balance
60 Seconds with Henrik Fisker
Windshield Dyno: The Beltronics GX2
Nissan Altima Facelift
WORK Wheels Introduction
Cadillac Merchandise
Not The Record To Be Proud Of
Open Wheel Racing in the USA: Big Changes
Bear Market in the Auto Business?
Coming Next Issue
NYC Auto Show

The 2004 Detroit Auto Show
Roadfly Awards
By Charlie Romero and
Steve Litscher

(Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2004 1:15 PM)

Aston Martin

Chevrolet Equinox

Ford Bronco Concept Vehicle

Infiniti QX56 SUV

Porsche Carrera GT

Best of Show: Aston Martin DB9 Volante

From the talented pen of Henrik Fisker comes the newest member to the Aston Martin line-up, the DB9...[more]

Best Buy: Chevrolet Equinox

While defining this category, our editors demanded that the winning vehicle meet a stringent list of requirements: The vehicle had to cost less than $30,000, be available for purchase by the end of 2004, be capable of performing nearly every day-to-day duty imaginable...[more]

Best Concept: Ford Bronco Concept

The Ford Bronco of days gone by was big, boxy and, let's face it, a little on the clunky side...[more]

Best New Vehicle for 2004: Infiniti QX56 SUV
While the hustla's and playa's in the rap music industry are busy fawning and flossing their Escalades, Hummers and Navigators, those in the know will quietly revel in the fact that the Infiniti QX56 is in fact "the real deal."...[more]

Most Innovative: Porsche Carrera GT
This wasn't even close to being a contest. The Porsche Carrera GT is nothing short of an engineering masterpiece, and it clearly demonstrates Porsche's superior technologies, aiming to knock the Enzo squarely on its ear...[more]

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