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The RAV4 SUV has been popular for a number of years, but the combination of Toyota’s Sport Utility Vehicle with a battery operated powertrain makes it special. The RAV4 EV is a collaboration with Tesla Motors, who designed and produced the battery and electric powertrain.
The new Toyota RAV4 EV provides a quiet, comfortable, and smooth ride with easy handling, due mostly to the low center of gravity as well as a low coefficient of drag. The front bumper, grill, side mirrors, rear spoiler, and the underbody were all re-styled to provide the new sedan-like ride. The battery pack is mounted near the center of the vehicle and very low.
Noted journalist ALAN GELL was among the media last week at the Texas Motor Speedway. It was the annual Spring Roundup conducted by the Texas Auto Writers. Journalists took test drives of over 50 vehicles on the track, off-track, and around the outer loops around the location.
One vehicle of note was the 2014 Toyota Camry hybrid, which was competing in the Green Vehicle category. Gell stopped during a test-drive and recorded an interview with RICK MARTINEZ. Rick is the Car Model Line Manager for Gulf States Toyota.
Our test-drive car was the SE model, powered by a 2.5-liter, 4-cylinder engine. It was painted Attitude Black, Dark Charcoal and had a bottom sticker price of $29,045. The EPA rating was 40 mpg.
The United States of… Gwen? Could be, if you’re into summer fun big-time—like Gwenation is. “My first name is Gwendolyn. So that got shortened to Gwen. But when we’re in the studio writing and recording songs, I literally lose myself to where it’s just my world and I want everybody to come into that world,” the Detroit R&B diva, whose debut single is titled Ain’t Got a Chance, tells Fresh Perspectives Radio host Angie The Rambunctious One and co-host Jai of her unique moniker. “But we couldn’t say ‘Gwen’s World.’ So we put ‘nation’ on the end of it—with one ‘n’—and now it’s like, it’s the nation of Gwen, let’s party, let’s rock out together.”
Guest: Frank Burke, businessman and contributor to American Thinker.
We will discuss two big business and economic stories of the past week:
1) Toyota moves to North Texas and brings a few thousand jobs. What does a major company look for in a relocation move? Why was Texas a better place to do business than California.
2) The latest employment report shows a drop in the rate but more people continue to drop out. Is it good news or are we kidding ourselves?
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K&N East, Mexico Toyota Series driver, Daniel Suarez, w/Rev Racing talks about his 2015 deal w/Joe Gibbs Racing.
Camping World Truck Series driver, Matt Crafton w/ThorSport Racing talks about competing for his 2nd consecutive series' championship.
Communications Manager, David Talley w/Auto Club Speedway talks about the upcoming IndyCar Championship weekend.
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On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles we'll discuss Carl Edwards' move to Joe Gibbs Racing. The worst kept secret in the garage area was made official today. Carl Edwards will drive the number 19 Arris Toyota in 2015. We'll talk about how this move affects JGR as a whole organization, right down to the development drivers they have, and who gets affected by this the most.
Also, we'll talk about changes to the Sprint Cup Series schedule as announced by Jim Noble yesterday. For the 3rd time in 11 years, the Labor Day weekend date will change again... Where to? Well "RIGHT WHERE IT SHOULD BE." Back to Darlington, South Carolina. It won't move again, that's for sure.
This weekend's events are at Bristol Motor Speedway; Triple-header action with the Trucks, Nationwide, and Sprint Cup. We'll talk about those events as well.
Budding R&B star Marvin Ambrosius knows the value of working with legends—and relatives. “I’m very proud of Friends and Lovers,” he tells Fresh Perspectives Radio host Nikki Rich of sister Marsha Ambrosius’ new album. “The song we did together, Spend All My Time, was originally a love song but it turned into a family song about my loved ones—my auntie and nan. Then Charlie Wilson got onboard, and now it’s got that billionaire feeling,” he adds of The Gap Band frontman. You listen to it and it’s like, This is why we do music. I never thought I’d have my name next to Charlie in a credit. But now I made a bet with Marsha. I said, If you get a Grammy—and this album is gonna win; you can’t be nominated 13 times and not win on your next one—I told her we’ll be there with Charlie goin’ thank you! Because he’s gonna be the reason we got it.”
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Even if you’ve never heard of culinary concoctions like kuli-kuli, sosaties and Mbatata cookies, don’t fret, says chef Yeti Ezeanii, they’re for citizens of every nation to enjoy. “When my friends come to visit me, I know which dishes they like. So when I’m doin’ a show, I first invite them to try the featured recipes,” the AfroFoodTV host tells Southern Passion Lounge’s Chef Amadeus. “And a lot of my friends are foreigners, they’re not Africans. So they try food they’re not used to and they really love it. So I like to invite them on to show everyone that African Food is not exclusive just to Africans. It is world food that anyone can enjoy!”
Chef G. Garvin may be a rock star among foodies—having headed up culinary operations at such esteemed eateries as the Ritz Carlton in Atlanta and Four Seasons in Beverly Hills—but he’s still a little bit country. “My best experiences have been the unexpected. The little hole-in-the-wall mom-and-pop spots that people are not talking about. Then you go in and it’s like, Wow!” the host of The Cooking Channel’s Road Trip tells The Ask Mom RN Show’s Tamara Walker. “Usually they’re not chef-driven. Sometimes it’s someone who was on Wall Street, or left some corporation because they loved to cook—whether it’s a great sandwich, a great pie, a great soup. Those are the things are most excting.”
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