Automotive News Daily Drive Podcast
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Daily Drive Podcast
Ford expects its electric vehicle business to lose $3 billion this year. Cruise eyes a big expansion. The Camaro could soon drive off into the sunset. Plus, a look at why Jaguar is asking some dealers to give up their franchises by 2025.
As automakers move quickly with their EV plans, Automotive News reporter John Irwin says suppliers are looking to bolster their capabilities with more mergers and acquisitions. Michigan’s deal for a Ford factory will not come cheap. And Tesla’s credit is junk no more, according to a second ratings house.
Auto-tech veteran Shauna McIntyre talks about the implications of the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank for the auto industry. A few automakers are finding ways to expand certified pre-owned sales, which fell to an eight-year low in 2022. Plus, Ford and Subaru name key executives.
Toyota's incoming CEO says hydrogen will be a top priority of his carbon neutrality strategy. Jaguar names a new chief. Plus, Center for Automotive Research CEO Alan Amici says visions of "AVs for everyone, everywhere, all the time," are still a ways away from reality.