Driving has always mattered at Mazda. From its iconic “Zoom-Zoom” tagline to classic cars like the Miata to its involvement with motorsports, this small Japanese company remains a favorite of automotive enthusiasts around the world. Joining John McElroy on this special edition of Autoline is the Senior Vice President of Mazda’s North American Operations, Robert Davis. Rounding out the panel are Todd Lassa from Automobile and Dutch Mandel of Autoweek.
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- Diesels Holding Their Own
- Ferrari Shows 4-Seat FF Replacement
- New Regulation Would Kill Production-Based Race Cars
- Low Fuel Prices Help V8 Sales
- VW to Offer Diesel Owners “Generous Compensation”
- VW Delays Financial Results Report
- VW’s Truck Unit Wants IPO
- Datsun Unveils Crossover Concept
- Audi’s Super Bowl Ad Paying Off
- Ex-VW Chair Created Culture of Fear
- EU Passes Controversial Emission Test Plan
- Performance Audi Q3 Gets More Power
- Chevy Volt Electrifies Plug-In Segment
- Used Battery Packs Get 2nd Life
- Will the U.S. Car Market Stay Hot in 2016?
Mustafa Mohatarem, Chief Economist, GM; Emily Kolinski Morris, Chief Economist, Ford; Charles Chesbrough, Sr. Principal Economist, IHS Automotive. Topic: Auto Economic Outlook.
Back in the day, General Motors was so big there was a famous quote that went: if GM sneezes, America catches cold. Even though its stranglehold on the economy is not as great as it once was, GM and the rest of today’s auto manufacturers still play a significant economic role. That’s why it’s important to see how the car companies make their internal predictions. Joining John McElroy on this week’s Autoline to talk economy is Mustafa Mohatarem, the chief economist for GM, Emily Kolinski Morris, Ford’s chief economist as well as Charles Chesbrough, the Senior Principal Economist for IHS Automotive.