"Driving Tomorrow" Premieres Nationally on INHD August 9, 2006

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Premiering on INHD during August, Driving Tomorrow showcases the 50th Anniversary of the Tokyo Motor Show. Over the years, this Tokyo Motor Show has developed into one of the hottest vehicle shows in the world. It showcases the latest developments in the automotive trade, including the newest models, the wildest in “concept” cars and motorcycles, and the most luxurious high-end rides. This year, the Tokyo Motor Show was held for 17 days and attracted over 1.5 million attendees from around the world. Specific highlights of this show included the latest innovations in eco-friendly “green” car, motorcycle and scooter design.

Two veteran Seattle-based video producers, Marc Pingry of Marc Pingry Productions and Ken Urman of Power to Create, Inc. have just completed the first High Definition program in the Driving Tomorrow series.

Premiering on INHD during August http://www.inhd.com/product.jsp?prodId=48684&mp=co4, this program showcases the 50th Anniversary of the Tokyo Motor Show. Over the years, this Tokyo Motor Show has developed into one of the hottest vehicle shows in the world. It showcases the latest developments in the automotive trade, including the newest models, the wildest in “concept” cars and motorcycles, and the most luxurious high-end rides. This year, the Tokyo Motor Show was held for 17 days and attracted over 1.5 million attendees from around the world. Specific highlights of this show included the latest innovations in eco-friendly “green” car, motorcycle and scooter design.

Driving Tomorrow captures the festive nature of the Tokyo Motor Show while presenting the world's most advanced automotive technologies and designs. On-camera journalists and vehicle experts provide their insights into the show and the vehicles presented. The program includes an engaging informal on-camera survey where attendees ranked show favorites in several categories from humorous to serious.

Driving Tomorrow highlights many never before seen vehicles introduced at the Tokyo Motor Show, including the Nissan Pivo concept car which rotates 360 degrees so the driver will never have to reverse; the Honda motorcycle with an airbag; and also the Mazda Senku - the first-ever rotary-engine hybrid power train utilizing solar panels as an additional energy source.

The second program in the Driving Tomorrow series is currently in production and is titled Fuel Efficient Vehicles—What’s Next? “With gas over $3 a gallon, we think the viewing public will be more interested than ever in how fuel efficient cars can save us all money—not to mention saving the planet!” co-producer Ken Urman said.

Power to Create, Inc. http://powertocreate.com/ is dedicated to providing quality family-friendly programs that are fun and education and is creator of the award-winning Real Wheels series, which has sold over 6 million units and generated over $50 million in retail sales.

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