Good morning from Quick Spin, where we're bundled up and braving the snow for the 2018 Detroit auto show. It's a quiet show this year, with some carmakers opting for off-site events or simply delivering executive remarks on broader strategy. But hey, the Terminator's in town talking up electric SUVs, so anything is possible. Grab a nitrogen ice cream and check out this morning's headlines. — Shiraz Ahmed
Marchionne plays fortune teller: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed that he intends to step down in 2019 in a wide-ranging interview with Bloomberg in which he predicts widespread Level 4 autonomy and electrification in 10 years. Worth the read for his predictions on the future of mobility.
My other car was featured in Blade Runner: Some funky fresh designs preview how brands can stand apart in the future, including Nissan's XMotion concept with a screen-heavy interior, Chinese carmaker GAC Motors' Everge compact crossover with prominent gull-wing doors and the roomy Infiniti Q Inspiration concept.