Making cars isn’t a charity case. We all know that. Every manufacturer wants to be first to market with that groundbreaking vehicles because that means big bucks. So how does the auto industry not only do its own R & D but keep an eye on the competition as well. On this week’s show John McElroy is joined by GM’s Adam Bernard, Joe McCabe from AutoForecast Solutions and Michael Omotoso from Eaton to talk about how you get the competitive edge.
As the reality of autonomous cars gets closer and closer, a world of hurdles still face everyone from the manufacturers, insurance companies and especially governments before they hit the road on a regular basis. Joining John McElroy on this week’s show are three legislative experts who are dealing with those issues every day. Jude Hurin is with the state of Nevada’s DMV, Catherine Curtis represents the American Association of Motor Vehicles and Chan Lieu is a lawyer with the Washington, DC powerhouse law firm Venable LLP.
- Acura Makes a Good Value Proposition
- New Chevy Cruze Debuts
- MINI Clubman Has Growth Spurt
- Alfa Romeo Reveals New Giulia
- Focus RS’s High-Powered Four
- Ford Uses Big Data to Help Manage Fleets
Driving, riding, roads and of course cars themselves have all been immortalized by writers, composers and musicians around the world. Auto Tune is our way to spotlight a unique transportation song to celebrate these “ridden” gems along with the artists or composers who crafted them. Some you may know, many we’re sure you don’t.
It was 1966 arguably the greatest music year in the 20th Century. Not only did Dylan release “Blonde on Blonde” but the Beatles came out with “Revolver” and the Beach Boys gave us “Pet Sounds.” And that doesn’t even count the multitude of singles from that year including like likes of “The Last Train to Clarksville,” “California Dreamin’” and “These Boots are made for Walkin’.”
So in the middle of all this rock n’ roll history comes the man who had owned the charts until a few years earlier and was still making relevant music. That man was the Chairman of the Board: Frank Sinatra.
- VW Plans Big U.S. Announcement
- New Giulia Set To Make Debut
- Heavy Trucks Face New Fuel Economy Rules
- Peugeot Invests in 1st Plant in Africa
- Porsche Buys A Kuka Clock
- Carbon Fiber Helps Ford GT Style