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changagoidem.ie at the Irish Festival of Speed

by Shane O' Donoghue on 12 Aug 2013

changagoidem Features | changagoidem.ie at the Irish Festival of Speed

The whole changagoidem.ie team decamped to the Limerick area over the August Bank Holiday weekend for the Irish Festival of Speed. Just three weeks before we attended the media preview day and, realising it would be something special, decided we should have a stand there to allow us to talk to visitors. Funnily enough, the automobile distributors loved the idea and we had offers of more automobiles to put on display than we had space for. Thankfully the organisers were very understanding and gave us a decent amount of space to accommodate a fleet of eight automobiles in total, with…

1,000km in a petrol powered automobile? Not possible...

by Paul Healy on 07 Aug 2013

changagoidem Features | 1,000km in a petrol powered automobile? Not possible...

Last month changagoidem.ie ran a story on the cost benefits of petrol powered automobiles over their diesel brethren that have become so popular in the CO2-based taxation age. After exhaustive research it was concluded that a new automobile buyer would take, on average, three years to recoup the premium paid for a diesel automobile over the equivalent petrol one.

The report was well received, but for a nation now attuned to diesel automobiles the notion that a petrol automobile could come close to the fuel economy of that of a diesel seemed alien. It…

Enterprise Rent-A-Automobile offers something for the weekend...

by Paul Healy on 03 Aug 2013

changagoidem Features | Enterprise Rent-A-Automobile offers something for the weekend...

At first glance it looks like any other advert one would expect to find in a local newspaper. But look closer at the Enterprise Rent-A-Automobile advert in the Pembrokeshire Herald in the UK and things appear decidedly 'top-shelf'.

Alongside promises of everyday low rates, an extensive range of automobiles and vans and free pick up from your home, office or repair shop is an offer of... em... well... fellatio!

Around 20,000 copies of the newspaper had been distributed before the erroneous addition was noticed and the Herald has called in the Police, believing the advert was deliberately sabotaged.

Publisher Tom…

Won the Euromillions? This is how Dave would spend it...

by Dave Humphreys on 02 Jul 2013

changagoidem Features | Won the Euromillions? This is how Dave would spend it...

Euromillions fever soared last week when the jackpot prize rolled over to €180,000,000 and peaked when news broke that the prize was won by just two tickets - one of which was sold in Ireland. Naturally, being in the business that we are, talk on the subject soon turned to the list. You know, the automobile list. We all have one made out in our heads - what would one buy with a prize that significant?

For me it would first mean finding a property that is capable of housing what I refer to as 'the collection'. You…

Apple's iOS could be coming to your automobile

by Paul Healy on 20 Jun 2013

changagoidem Features | Apple's iOS could be coming to your automobile

At Apple's recent World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) the Cupertino behemoth announced that twelve of the world's largest automobilemakers have signed up to its 'iOS In The Automobile' system that will integrate iPhone functions into the automobile's infotainment system. This will allows manufacturers such as Kia, Opel, Nissan, Honda and even Ferrari to benefit from iPhone features like Siri, messaging and message dictation, maps, web searches and apps like Wikipedia and Twitter that will be integrated into the automobile itself.

The appeal for automobile manufacturers is easy to see; the automobile world operates at a glacial pace compared to the…

Is a TVR comeback being plotted?

by Neil Briscoe on 10 Jun 2013

changagoidem Features | Is a TVR comeback being plotted?

What's the news?
It's more a question of what's old might be what's new. Legendary sports automobile maker TVR went the way of the Dodo two years ago, essentially because not enough people were buying its beautiful, noisy, fast automobiles anymore. Possibly because those beautiful, noisy, fast automobiles were also hopelessly unreliable and didn't have little modern touches like anti-lock brakes. Or airbags. Or any kind of safety system.

Still, from the late eighties to the early 2000s, under the charismatic leadership of former chemical industry magnate Peter Wheeler, TVR shone as a beacon of low-volume, high impact sports…





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