AAH #617 – Flying Cars, Falling Auto Stocks and The Decline of Brand Loyalty

September 29th, 2022 at 2:59pm

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TOPICS:
- eVTOLs: the real deal or a diversion?
- OEMs want to make their own chips. Is this a bit outside their competency?
- Will Hertz be the real cause of the EV tipping point?
- Will there be anything analog left in the auto industry?
- S&P finds overall brand loyalty lower than it has been since September 2014. Is brand loyalty on life support?

PANEL:
Joe White, Reuters
Bill Visnic, SAE
Paul Eisenstein, The Detroit Bureau
Gary Vasilash, on Automotive

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One Comment to “AAH #617 – Flying Cars, Falling Auto Stocks and The Decline of Brand Loyalty”

  1. Tim Beaumont Says:

    Re: charging
    Just drove 2,000 miles from Kansas to Puget Sound, and 2,000 miles back. 2017 Tesla Model S P100D (max range 292 miles now, after minimal battery degradation from 311 max new). Tesla chargers all the way, no issues, and free for me. Estimate $700 gas saving. Smartest thing, Tesla Supercharger network.