Read this week’s harvest of the top automotive industry advancements. Check out September’s inventory numbers, the latest models from top luxury brands, and what IBM predicts for future seasons of automotive.
FROM AUTOMOTIVE NEWS: Inventory Dips as Summer Wanes
Things are looking up: in both a year-over-year and month-over-month improvement, September started with a 63-day supply. Brands like Subaru continue to turn inventory in under a month, while Kia’s on its tails with 32 days.
FROM FORBES: Frankfurt Motor Show Futurism, From Audi, Mercedes and BMW
At the latest major auto show, top manufacturers unveiled their most cutting edge concepts – many a marriage between traditional luxury standards, modern electrification developments, and AI-powered features.
FROM AUTO REMARKETING: A Digital Future Where Auto Brand Doesn’t Matter?
According to a recent study by IBM, the data-fueled future of automotive is pushing every sector of the industry to restructure, with 72% of executives agreeing digital solutions are key to operational success.
FROM REUTERS: United States to Pledge Not to Raise Tariffs on Japanese Cars
In the midst of international uncertainty, a working agreement between the U.S. and Japan could ease trade relations and protect a number of major manufacturers from the effects of higher tariffs.