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RoadTrip is an original television series produced by The Auto Channel. It's been available on TACH's website TheAutoChannel.com since 2005. Beginning in Fall 2008, the series migrated to traditional television, where it can be seen on select cable and broadcast stations throughout North America. Each episode features in-depth, behind-the-wheel discussions with top automotive executives, designers, engineers and other auto industry personalities.

What makes this series different from other car TV programs is the way we conduct the interviews; we put the interview subjects behind the wheel and let them tell us about their vehicle as we travel through some of the country’s most scenic destinations. The vehicles are a variety of new passenger cars, classics, concepts, and future fuel automobiles.

RoadTrip is primarily hosted by The Auto Channel’s Mark Fulmer, who is also the show’s creator. David Ray, founder of Hooked On Driving is one of the series’ alternate hosts. An online extended version of the series will continue to be seen on TheAutoChannel.com. These extended shows contain footage that is trimmed to meet the TV half-hour format.

The series' Producers are Bob Gordon and Marc Rauch, The Auto Channel's Co-Publishers and Founders.

Ideas and comments about RoadTrip can be emailed to:
roadtrip@theautochannel.com


RoadTrip Episodes

RoadTrip: 2011 Scion tC Sports Coupe

RoadTrip: Driving and Alcohol Do Mix - In-Depth Look at Ethanol

RoadTrip: 2010 Mercury Milan and Honda Insight

RoadTrip: 2010 Lincoln MKS and MKT

RoadTrip: Algaeus Prius, Algae BioDiesel and the Veggie Van Tour

RoadTrip: Volkswagen Fuel Cell Technology

RoadTrip: 2010 Audi S4 Sedan

RoadTrip: 2010 Audi S5 Cabriolet

RoadTrip: 2010 BMW Z4 Roadster

RoadTrip: New Lexus HS 250h Luxury Vehicle and Lexus IS Convertible

RoadTrip: New Muscle Cars - Chevy Camaro and Dodge Charger

RoadTrip: Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG and 2010 E 350

RoadTrip: All New 2009 Audi Q5

RoadTrip: 2009 MINI Convertible

RoadTrip: 2009 BMW 7 Series

RoadTrip: 2010 Lexus RX350 & 450 Hybrid

RoadTrip: Nissan Electric Vehicle Preview

RoadTrip: 2010 Toyota Prius

RoadTrip: Plug-In Electric Chevrolet Equinox

RoadTrip: 2009 Cadillac CTS VS. 2009 Lincoln MKS

RoadTrip: 2009 Toyota Venza

RoadTrip: 2009 VW Jetta TDI

RoadTrip: 2009 Acura TL

RoadTrip: 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart

RoadTrip: 2009 Honda Pilot

RoadTrip: Thunderhill Raceway with Del Coates

RoadTrip: Morgan Roadster

RoadTrip: 2008 Ford Escape Hybrids as San Francisco Taxis

RoadTrip: 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO

RoadTrip: 2008 Toyota Highlander & Synergy Expo

RoadTrip: 2008 Ford Taurus

RoadTrip: 2008 Audi R8

RoadTrip: 2008 Roush Mustang GT

RoadTrip: 2008 Hyundai Fuel Cell Powered Tucson

RoadTrip: 2008 Audi S5 Coupe

RoadTrip: 2008 Chrysler Sebring Convertible

RoadTrip: Bosch Diesel-Powered Jeep Cherokee concept car

RoadTrip: 2008 PG&E's 100 MPG Toyota Prius Plug-In

RoadTrip: 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander

RoadTrip: 2007 MINI Cooper

RoadTrip: AutoSock (Snow chain replacement)

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