AAH #514 – Is the Auto Industry Getting Back on Track?

June 19th, 2020 at 10:30am

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Jeff Schuster
LMC Automotive

05:00 – Auto Industry
Back on Track?
34:52 – Mary Barra Is Bullish
53:21 – Model S Hits 402 Miles—Does This Matter?
56:45 – Model Y Quality Problems
1:01:50 – Ford Mustang Mach-E: Tesla Killer?

- Joe White,
- Gary Vasilash, autobeatonline.com
- John McElroy, Autoline.tv

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One Comment to “AAH #514 – Is the Auto Industry Getting Back on Track?”

  1. Sean Wagner Says:

    John, the little vignettes are appreciated.

    Long ago, I read an interview in German with the first Japanese guy to go work at GM Europe, or Opel to be precise.

    It was the designer Hideo Kodama, and what stuck in my brain was the story he told about forcing himself to eat the (not only to him) incredibly fatty food then served at the “Werkskantine”, ie. the Rüsselsheim factory canteen, and the hard time his stomach had adjusting.

    I also have a first-hand story of when I talked to a young Saab designer about how the 9-3 convertible’s rather aloof derriere came to be…