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Automakers, suppliers and tech companies are investing tens of billions of dollars in developing ACES cars. But AlixPartners, a global consulting company, says much of that money is going to be wasted. Almost 40, people are killed every year in the United States in car accidents but the auto industry has impressive new technology coming that could slash that number. Some of the technology is going into cars right now and some will come later. Cars used to be made out of wood and steel. So, how do technicians get proper training when cars are constantly changing?
And how do body shops ensure they have the right kind of commitment? This show delves into how automakers and independent repair shops are trying to meet the challenge. Automakers face a dizzying choice of propulsion systems to use in their vehicles, which includes piston engines, hybrids, plug-ins, battery electrics and fuel cells. And he also talks about the need for a new national standard on high octane gasoline. Automakers face a big challenge of where to devote their capital and R and D efforts in powertrain development.
How do they balance their efforts between internal combustion engines, hybrids, battery electric vehicles and fuel cells? Automotive retailers are enjoying a terrific business climate right now but they face an uncertain future.
Shiloh Industries is a traditional auto supplier that pours, bends, machines and welds metals. He also talks about his experience serving on the board of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The auto industry is undergoing massive technological change. And that robots will make manufacturing companies cost competitive in global markets.
Before it starts building or selling cars in the U. The Management Briefing Seminars have been held for over half a century, which covers all aspects of the auto industry. General Motors is preparing itself for the coming decade, where there will be massive change coming from autonomous vehicles, electric vehicles, connected cars and shared cars. With more and more technology being added to cars, automakers can no longer design vehicles that delight customers, they now have to design vehicles that build trust. The market for ride sharing is growing fast.
So how will dealers play a role in the new world of mobility?
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Cyber security is a growing concern in the auto industry. There are lessons for the industry to learn from the military and vice versa. On Autoline This Week, John McElroy is joined by members of the auto industry, military and the tech world for a dive into cyber security. Automotive suppliers are critically important to developing new technology, they account for 70 percent of the value of a car.
But they face a number of important issues, like possibly losing NAFTA and the impact of aluminum and steel tariffs. Automakers spend a great deal of time and money developing a new vehicle and surprisingly one of the most time-consuming parts of the process is choosing its colors. It takes two to three years to get a color certified for a car. Is corporate America too focused on the short term?
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Designers must be able to predict the future and identify styling trends years before a new car is launched. The auto industry is going through enormous technological change right now, with the development of electric vehicles, autonomous cars and mobility services. On this edition of Autoline This Week, our panel of experts discuss the best way to protect those industrial secrets.
Ten years ago analysts were advising Ford to bury its luxury brand Lincoln; the Germans and Japanese had too much of the market they said, plus its U. However, Ford ignored the naysayers and resurrected the brand with new product, new leadership and even reviving some of its historic nameplates to boot. This week on Autoline, we talk with our special guest Kumar Galhotra the head of Lincoln about where the brand is today and where it will be going as we move into the s.
And this year both brands are debuting new product. However, today there seems to be nothing more important to the public than a truck, and RAM has a dynamite light-duty version, which it unveiled recently at the North American International Auto Show. Join us for a deep dive into the RAM half-ton pickup.
Many analysts say that automakers who continue to make cars like the ones produced the last years, may find themselves out of business in the not too distant future if that continues to be their concentration. Autoline recently caught up Ms. And then how about if we put you in charge of Ford Purchasing as well. This combination is the latest job description of Ford executive Hau Thai-Tang. Back in January , GM saw that it needed to make a move; actually several of them if it wanted to remain viable for the future.
Since it already had the cars it started with a Zipcar-like rental service called Maven and now has graduated to something called Maven Gig. The computers and electronics on cars, trucks and SUVs capture almost everything we do and where we go with it. And some of that information can be valuable to different sectors of the auto industry. To explain to us what this data is and who owns it, John McElroy is joined by a powerhouse panel including Acxiom information analyst Michael Perugi, privacy expert Jennifer Dukarski from the law firm Butzel Long and automotive analyst Sam Abuelsamid from Navigant Research.
Entrepreneur Dale Pollak made his name developing software to solve day-to-day dealership issues. So much of what the country is, can be traced to transportation: especially the car. And boy do we love to drive. For instance, Mr. Most all of us know how autonomous cars are progressing and that many of us already drive vehicles with autonomous elements in them already. But what about autonomous plane travel? On location in Traverse City, MI, this is Part 1 of two separate segments on mobility and what is coming sooner rather than later. Is it still viable or is the steam running out on this year old tradition as the baby boomers find less need for autos in retirement and the younger generations seem more wedded to the concept of mobility?
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You may be surprised by what the experts say. Ford, like its competitors, is facing the future straight on. And perhaps the biggest question to answer is what will be powering its cars: hybrids, fuel cells, electrics or the good old I. Data that some companies will pay dearly for such as where we go and what we listen to. But how can automakers monetize that data? They have enough to do just designing and engineering the vehicles. But what you may not know is that Henry Ford wanted to make the city the model suburb for the rest of America. Join John McElroy as he welcomes author and historian Heather Barrow as she highlights the Ford philosophy as it moved from the factory floor to mass suburbanization.
And in fact, the Dodge Demon has teamed up with the Fast and Furious film franchise. If you look back 8 or 9 years, the state of Michigan was an absolute mess. As two of its largest tax payers — GM and Chrysler -- declared bankruptcy, there was a legitimate fear that many tangential companies would also fall, putting the layoff totals in numbers not seen since the s.
But of course that did not happen. So what happened and how did the state avoid the worst?
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Automakers may have their logo on cars and trucks, but more than any time in history, what they produce is a team effort. And much of that team consists of Tier One Suppliers.
Before the Great Recession, General Motors had its hand in a lot of different powertrains. But once it slimmed down it had lost a lot of those options.
But is certainly a new day. As the consumer appetite grows for more luxury vehicles, automakers are trying to differentiate themselves from the competition.
When it comes to alternative powertrains, over the last few years most automakers have been concentrating on electrics or hybrids. But the question is what happened to fuel cells?
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