AAH #443 – Jeep Gladiator Steps Into The Arena

November 29th, 2018 at 3:00pm

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- Scott Tallon,
Jeep Marketing Director
- Mark Allen, Head of Jeep Design

00:36 – 2020 Jeep Gladiator
28:19 – Doctor Data
33:58 – Toyota Corolla
36:55 – Are Sedans Dead?
41:40 – Hyundai Veloster
42:36 – Lincoln Aviator
43:43 – Panel’s Favorite Vehicles
46:09 – Rivian’s Rugged Electrics
50:32 – Mazda 3
56:05 – The ‘R’ Word

- Eric Noble,
ArtCenter College of Design
- Lauren Fix, The Car Coach
- Gary Vasilash, Automotive Design & Production
- John McElroy, Autoline.tv

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4 Comments to “AAH #443 – Jeep Gladiator Steps Into The Arena”

  1. Cory Says:

    Excellent guests! The new Jeep pickup looks like a winner, and you should definitely have Mr. Noble and Ms. Fix back on another show. I can’t wait to attend the LA Show this week.

  2. Rey Says:

    Polarizing ? yes the Rivian is polarizing in the way Tesla is, but you cannot deny that Tesla has grown at the expense of the bGerman brands and has the Brand loyalty Legacy Auto would kill for.Yes Polarizing indeed

  3. sunrack Says:

    With fuel prices where they are, the Gladiator will be a huge hit. So much so Ford may consider having a truck version of the Bronco that is unique and separate from the Ranger.

    The Lincoln Aviator also seems to have all the right stuff. I agree that the platforms lends itself well for a 2022 suicide-door Continental.

  4. Kit Gerhart Says:

    It’s too bad they aren’t going to make a proper 2 doir version of Gladiator, but I’m sure it will sell quite well.