This podcast and video features a conversation with CATA Director Mark Bilek sharing how his organization measures the engagement and impact that the Chicago Auto Show has on the local Chicago car market.Read More
With Boeing under fire for potentially faulty safety features involving autonomous technology, we take an opportunity to talk about the push for self-driving semi trucks – the need for and the ramifications to consider.
On National Good Samaritan Day, news is released that President Trump has ordered all Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 planes be grounded in the US. This affects Southwest and American Airlines primarily. Meanwhile, Elon Musk reverses Tesla’s recent announcement to close stores. Should investors be concerned?
Video compilation featuring the coolest tech from the 2019 Chicago Auto Show, including: Lexus LC Convertible Coupe concept; Infiniti Prototype 10; 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Bearritz, 1991 Acura NSX and 2019 Acura NSX, 2019 Chevrolet Lego Silverado, and more.
If the first few months are anything to go by, 2019 might easily become the Year of the Future. NASA is teaming up with private company SpaceX to make commuting easier for astronauts. Automated bots are slated to start delivering everything from groceries to drywall. And BMW is unveiling an automobile you can flip off.
This Week in Mobility Tech: Ol’ Muskie Gets in Trouble for Tweeting BMW Wants You to Talk to Your Car BMW and Daimler Team Up As a One-Stop Mobility Shop Peugeot Plans to Re-enter US…
From online reviews, proximity, and brand image, what makes consumers more likely to consider one brand or model over another? Find out in this global auto consumer behavior study and infographic from mobile video advertising platform AdColony.
This is the story of how the California-based startup DropIn and CEO Louis Ziskin got to work with Lyft, Hiscox and Beazley to boost InsurTech claims handling with drones, live streaming, and ride sharing.
In this week’s episode of AC ON AIR, we sit down with Karma Automotive Orange County Store Director Ehren Bragg. During the show, we talk about the ultra-luxury car market and the exciting technology fueling the interest. We also touch on the unique challenges of being a small manufacturer, as well as the problem with inevitable comparisons with Tesla.
In this episode of AC ON AIR, host Ryan Gerardi talks with Terry Lancaster from The Get Ya Some Radio Show about his conversation with Marketing Rebellion Author Mark Schaefer, who suggests that the most human companies win. But what does this mean?