AAH #398 – Sales Still Rockin’, Tesla Dropping, & V2V Vanishing?

November 3rd, 2017 at 10:33am

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NEWS:
05:33 – October Sales: Trick or Treat?
13:35 – Tesla losing it’s footing?
26:02 – Dr. Data
30:15 – Trump canceling V2V
1:02:21 – Waymo Shows Off: What Might Krafcik’s Strategy Be?
1:10:20 – Why is the Peugeot in the movie “Blade Runner 2049″ significant?

PANEL: John McElroy, Autoline.tv; Gary Vasilash, AD&P; Jake Holmes, Motor1.com; Paul Eisenstein, The Detroit Bureau

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4 Comments to “AAH #398 – Sales Still Rockin’, Tesla Dropping, & V2V Vanishing?”

  1. stephen Says:

    Tesla stock has been overpriced as there was no competition for EV. The ModelS sold well but Sedan sales are falling overall in the US. Norway wants to change the game ie more EV cars but cheaper and less aimed at the rich. Is Elon focused on Tesla or his solar energy business

  2. stephen Says:

    Peugeot has always had some amazing concept cars but their sales outside Europe is low and design was poor for decades. Citroen would have been like Saab if not for the French government long ago. Pug have no dedicated EV car. They spent R&D cash on hybrid diesel and diesel. They sell lots of small cars and diesel is on a downward curve (not as fast as the US).

  3. stephen Says:

    Cars in films – look out for the new Merc in the next Justice leage film. One is a total concept

  4. Dan R Says:

    Sorry guys you have hit my HOT button. We do NOT need a (one of those words) regulation to implement a safety standard or issue. The companies can and would for competitive reasons install the technology on there own. Nuff said! Remember the first seatbelt mandate with the irritating buzzers. Many folks disabled that. On the flip side show me your car is safer than the competitors and I will buy your car.

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