This week’s automotive announcements should be hanging in the hall of fame. Read about the industry’s most esteemed icons, why one OEM thinks sedans can make their way back into the limelight, and which AI features are getting all the praise.
FROM AUTO REMARKETING: Spring Market Ends ‘Appropriately’
While wholesale used vehicle prices have fallen month-over-month, they’ve still increased 5.4% year-over-year, due especially to price increases for late-model midsize cars and SUVs.
FROM AUTOMOTIVE NEWS: 2019 Automotive Hall of Fame: Class of the Titans
The newest additions to the esteemed group include the brains behind FCA, a manufacturing mastermind, a trailblazing race car driver, and the founder of the first ever finance and insurance office.
FROM BLOOMBERG: The Boring Sedan Could Come Back to Replace SUVs, Nissan Bets
The OEM is choosing to see the best in the shrinking sedan market, predicting that electric models with smaller frames might one day see demand from younger drivers turned off by mainstream SUVs.
FROM INTERESTING ENGINEERING: Everyday Applications of Artificial Intelligence That Affect Your Daily Life
Automotive marketing AI is just the tipping point: AI already helps improve experiences in almost every sector of our day-to-day lives, including our social media feeds, music streaming platforms, and package delivery services.