Here are edited highlights from the latest episodes of "Daily Drive," Automotive News' weekday podcast, July 16-22, hosted by Jason Stein and Steve Schmith.
"I think we'll even grow faster in the second half of the year primarily because we don't have the inventory impact that the other OEMs have."--Ted Mengiste, U.S. sales chief, Genesis
"I think there's a time now to revolutionize the car as we know it in many different aspects."--
Henrik Fisker, CEO, Fisker Inc.
"The car is becoming much more of a software platform. So, the relationship with the semiconductor industry has to become much stronger."--Nakul Duggal, general manager of automotive, Qualcomm
"All of these new [battery-electric vehicles] that are coming into the market, we actually like that. We're at the start of something really big, kind of like where SUVs were 25 years ago."--Joe Lawrence, COO, Porsche Cars North America
"I see these at car dealerships, at service plazas. I could even envision petroleum distributors wanting to get involved and having these things at their gas station so they can sell tires to people that have EVs."--Jim Bardia, founder, Change Wind Corp., on the company's wind- and solar-powered electric vehicle charging towers
Listen to these and other shows at autonews.com/dailydrive.