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EVs versus ICEs: The Not-So-Great Debate

Everywhere we look today, we see controversy. Our world is plagued by multiple wars, we’re experiencing growing income inequality, and America is more politically divided than any time since her Civil War in 1861. Despite all this conflict, people seek out opportunities to divide and debate, often for senseless reasons. There is a perfect example […]

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New Data Tells Dealers They Need Customer Experience Overhaul For EVs

If you have been following the automotive industry or global politics at all, you assuredly have noticed a few, contradictory trends: increased public sector spending on infrastructure (e.g., a 55% increase in worldwide charging stations in 2022 alone, with 360,000 of the 600,000 installed being in China), more automotive executives committing to full electrification and pulling back […]

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New Auto Cyber Study Reveals Threat Intelligence … or Lack Thereof

October is the perfect month to scare you. And unfortunately, the data from Kaspersky’s 2023 “Automotive Threat Intelligence” report where two hundred (200) C-level automotive executives were interviewed will accomplish exactly that. But the scary part is not the conclusive state of automotive designs. Quite the contrary. The scary part is we are nearly a […]

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New Data Suggests Top 3 Causes Of Driving Risk

n a groundbreaking analysis of over a trillion miles of driving data, Arity unveils compelling insights into the behaviors that contribute most significantly to on-road risks. While driving is inherently filled with unpredictability, Arity’s comprehensive data—sourced predominantly via smart technology—paints a clearer picture of the preconditio

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Mercedes, Porsche Talk Of Car-As-A-Device And Becoming Software Factories

Neil Postman, the American author, critic and educator, died exactly twenty years ago from the writing of this article. “Technological change is not additive,” he scowled. “It is ecological. A new technology does not merely add something; it changes everything.” A few years after his death, iPhones hit the market and transformed everything from mobile […]

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The Connected Vehicle Now Includes The Connected Lawyer

We’ve all been there. Anywhere between a fender bender, a routine stop and a major incident where we don’t understand the applicable laws, driver protections and desirable actions towards an amenable solution. We fumble through tense or anxious interactions with the law enforcement, and we forget to solicit the desired information from unknown witnesses and […]

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Automotive Consolidation Driving Alliances In Consulting Services

You heard it here first but, frankly, it was quite predictable: the pandemic and subsequent financial hiccups would create winners and losers, with the losers being acquired at a rapid rate (e.g., “… unjumbling ‘coronavirus’ can spell words like ‘carnivorous’…”). Valuations would be attractive, social-distancing Boomers would want to sell and glide into retirement and multi-billion-dollar corporations […]

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Money And Help For Small Auto Businesses To Shift In Changing Market

Bullseye Power LLC is a small business specializing in turbochargers and racing components located on the outskirts of Muskegon, which is situated due east of Milwaukee but separated by nearly 100 miles of Lake Michigan. Per its website: “Founded in 2003, Bullseye Power LLC. was created through passion and excitement for high-performance turbocharging in both […]

Upcoming Differentiator: Car Companies Who Unlock The “Key” Of KPIs

An anonymous, exasperated executive from a car manufacturer recently squirmed during an off-the-record interview when asked about his company’s intentions to address ongoing quality issues. He referenced the internal desire to measure the “Cost of Poor Development Quality” and bemoaned, “You don’t understand. There’s no way to measure that. Each engineering group and set of […]

Three Reasons Why The Best Use For Electrification Has Been The Slowest

Two types of vehicles – the passenger cars and the long-haul trucks – suffer from some of the same trepidation for switching to electric vehicles. For example, the starting point, end point and duration of any trip can vary significantly with the extreme use case being a cross-country sojourn with preferably few stops. In this […]

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