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Motor Trend Announces 2008 Power List

January 3, 2008

Motor Trend, recently announced its fourth annual Power List of the automotive industry’s top 50 influencers. The list includes executives, designers and other individuals who are shaping the future of cars and car culture. The complete list of this year's top 50 Power List rankings can be found in the February 2008 issue of Motor Trend. Motor Trend editors selected the top 50 people who have shaped the global auto industry over the past 12 months and are poised to do so for the future. Motor Trend's 2008 Power List ranks these players by influence and impact on the automotive landscape and highlights the significant contributions that earned them a place on the list. The top ten honorees on Motor Trend's 2008 Power List include: #1 Rick Wagoner – General Motors Chairman and CEO #2 Fujio Cho – Toyota Motor Corporation Chairman #3 Ferdinand Piëch – Volkswagen AG Supervisory Board Chief #4 Bob Lutz – GM Vice Chairman, Global Product and Development #5 Martin Winterkorn – Volkswagen AG Chairman #6 Chris Bangle – BMW Design Group Chief #7 Wendelin Wiedeking – Porsche AG Executive Board Chairman, Chief Executive Director #8 Ed Welburn – GM Vice President for Global Design #9 Fritz Henderson (“Rookie of the Year”) – GM Vice Chairman, Chief Financial Officer #10 Walter Da Silva – VW Group Design Chief Additional personalities of note on the 2008 Power List include: #14 Alan Mullaly – Ford Motor Company Chief Executive Officer #32 Kazunori Yamauchi – Polyphony Digital President, Gran Turismo 5 Designer #33 John Dingell – U.S. Representative (D-Mich.), Chairman of Energy and Commerce Committee #38 Liz Pilibosian – Chief Engineer, Cadillac CTS #45 Jay Leno – NBC “Tonight Show” Host, Car Enthusiast
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