- The Dark Side of Leasing
- Ford to Test Plug-in Transits in London
- Mustang Puts the Top Down
- Bye-Bye Bernie
- BMW’s Head of Design Leaves Company
- Delphi’s Owens Retires
- GM Bullish on Diesels
- Are Chinese Cars on the Horizon?
- BMW Hurting for SUVs
- Self-Driving Bolt Roaming San Francisco
- Tesla Cleared in Autopilot Investigation
- EVs, Plug-Ins Grow the Fastest
- New EV Adapter Plug for Tesla Stations
- Chevy Bolt Grille Secrets
- 2017 Auto Industry Outlook
Mustafa Mohatarem, General Motors; Emily Kolinski Morris, Ford; Charles Chesbrough, OESA. Topic: Automotive economic outlook.
There’s a new administration taking over in Washington in January that has many wondering about what happens to the economy. And obviously the automakers are wondering as well. Join the chief economists from General Motors and Ford as well as the senior economist from the Original Equipment Manufacturers Association as they try to read the economic and business tea leaves for 2017.
00:01 -Important message from John McElroy 02:09 - David Madeira and the LeMay classic car drive to the Detroit Auto Show 15:20 -NAIAS vs. CES discussion
For the second straight year, the LeMay Museum of Tacoma, WA and the North American International Auto Show teamed up to drive three classic cars to the Detroit Auto Show. LeMay CEO David Madeira is our guest from the floor of the auto show to explain why they tempt fate, and winter weather, to bring these beauties to Detroit.
And don’t miss our panel’s discussion on the Game of Thrones-like civil war going on between CES and NAIAS. Two important auto shows just days apart in January are driving journalists to have to make a choice between the two, which means someone is going to lose out on coverage.
SPECIAL GUEST: David Madeira, President & CEO, LeMay Museum
PANEL: John McElroy, Autoline.tv; Gary Vasilash, AD&P; Murray Feldman, CBS Radio Detroit; Karl Brauer, Kelley Blue Book
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- Coker Reproduces Classic Muscle Car Tires
- European Sales Hit 9-Year High
- Yanfeng Develops Reconfigurable Interior for Autonomy
- Ford Mustang Updates
- EPA Gives BMW Green Light for Diesels
- MINI Introduces New Countryman
- Chevy Bolt On Sale Nationwide in September
- Top Selling Small CUVs in 2016
- Hands-Off Road Trip of the Future
- EPA Decides to Keep GHG Standards
- Tesla’s Unique Prize Referral Program
- Chevy Helps Create Full-Size LEGO Batmobile
- First EV Finishes Dakar Rally
- Nissan Titan Sales Shoot Up
- Most Loved and Hated Car Models
All kinds of companies are jumping on the autonomous bandwagon. But what are their business plans, and how are automakers going to work with their suppliers to develop the technology? Will the OEMs bring it all in-house or buy turn-key systems from suppliers? Jeff Klei shares his insight of how Continental sees this rolling out.
At the end of 2016 the WardsAuto.com editors took their analysis of the more than 60 new vehicles released during the year and determined which had the 10 Best Engines. Join host John McElroy as three of those editors, Drew Winter, Tom Murphy & Bob Gritzinger, reveal their winners for 2017.