This week on the MTC Show…Tesla to accept Bitcoin as payment for its cars; Hyundai Plans Car-Subscription Program Rollout in Europe; GM Announces Partnership with Lithium Metal Battery Startup; Toyota Team Up With Isuzu And Hino To Develop EV And Connectivity Technologies And Streamline Logistics; VW and BP Join Forces to Boost Ultra-fast EV Charging Across Europe. And Will cryptocurrency and NFTs play a role in vehicle ownership? Plus How Google’s shift away from third-party cookies might benefit auto shoppers and Why April is a good time to buy a car.
This week on the MTC Show we try to understand the chip shortage and consider the impending wave of EVs coming into the market, and we meet with a Philadelphia-based Uber driver who shares top 5 worst rides. Plus industry news: Tesla Purchases $1.5 Billion in Bitcoin; Hyundai and Kia Say They Are Not Talking to Apple About Self-Driving Cars; VW Explores Feasibility of Building Flying Cars in China; BMW Unveils Electric SUV to Challenge Tesla
In this episode of the MTC Show…CarGurus Study Uncovers How Pandemic Impacted Automotive Industry in 2020; Automotive Sales Pros Embrace Clubhouse Audio Drop-in App; Boeing to pay $243M penalty to settle 737 MAX DOJ case; Feds ask Tesla to recall 158k vehicles over failing touchscreen displays; Tesla Reigns as #2 EV Maker in Norway as EVs Overtake Gas Cars; Apple, Hyundai Set to Agree Electric Car Tie-Up; GM Unveils Cadillac flying car and shuttle concept at CES.
This week on the MTC Show: Conversation with Jim Johnson from VDX.tv about how auto makers connect sales data to marketing exposures and leverage a data-driven strategy; US & Europe Lifting Bans on Boeing 737 MAX; SpaceX launches more Starlink satellites, delays commercial service; Volkswagen Boosts Investment in Electric and Autonomous Car Technology to $86 Billion; Tesla Launches World’s Largest Supercharger Station; California Proposition 24: New Rules for Consumer Data Privacy.
In this episode of the MTC Show: SpaceX Sends First Astronauts to International Space Station; Tesla Being Added to the S&P 500; Walmart Teams Up with GM to Test Autonomous Deliveries; and Ford Investing $100M to Convert Kansas City Line to Build E-Transit Van. Plus…Automotive Sales Pros Discussion Panel with Mike Columbus, Joey Little, and Larry Olsen.
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: General Services Administration (GSA) Responds to Biden Campaign: ‘Ascertainment Has Not yet Been Made’ on Power Transfer; Uber, Lyft Prevail to Keep California Workers Independent; Tesla Receives Massive New Order of Tesla Semi Electric Trucks; Virgin Hyperloop propels first human passengers in high-speed test; Virgin Galactic to launch first crewed test flight from New Mexico this month; and more…
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: Used Car E-commerce Platform Shift Goes Public on Nasdaq; Used Car Consignment Store CarLotz to go public via merger; US Car Market on Path to Recovery; Tesla Third-Quarter Registrations In California Drop 13%: Report; Sweden’s New Car Carrier is the World’s Largest Wind-Powered Vessel and the Used Car Marketing Strategies Discussion Group.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: President Trump gets the Rona and the Media and Haters react, Cineworld expected to close its Regal Cinemas in the US, Tesla disbands its US media relations team, and a panel discussion on selling cars in the COVID-19 economy.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we talk about the overall state of the auto industry, and covid’s impact on consumers with our Special Guest Carl Van Ostrand from DISQO. We look at new data and insights on COVID-19’s impact on the auto industry and consumer confidence, plus Sunbit’s recent endorsements with Acura, Honda, Infiniti, Kia, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, and Volkswagen as a preferred solution for financing parts and services.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: Tesla picks Austin for $1 billion auto factory; Covid Outbreak interrupts sports’ return; Joe Biden’s campaign tells staffers to delete TikTok from personal, work phones; and Emptier Roads Not Resulting in Increase in Safety, Data Says; Plus…Digital Retail Champions, and the Future of Virtual Industry Conferences.