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Autoline This Week is the first stop for auto executives, insiders and consumers looking for the latest automotive news. Each week John McElroy, one of the deans of the Detroit automotive press corp, brings his expertise and analysis to the issues and interviews driving the automotive world. He moderates a panel of automotive journalists as they discuss the week’s news and interview top industry newsmakers

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Autoline This Week is the first stop for auto executives, insiders and consumers looking for the latest automotive news. Each week John McElroy, one of the deans of the Detroit automotive press corp, brings his expertise and analysis to the issues and interviews driving the automotive world. He moderates a panel of automotive journalists as they discuss the week’s news and interview top industry newsmakers

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Autoline is awesome

By Rock and roll car man - Aug 12 2018
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Autoline shows are excellent and quite informative. Autoline daily, autoline this week goes further in depth on many varied aspects of the automotive industry and autoline after hours is a fun and lighthearted weekly show also covering many important news in the industry.. Each of these three shows gives us special twist on automotive news.

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By rafspitfire - May 09 2013
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The best car info you can get anywhere in the web! I recommend it to all gear heads who love the auto biz!

iTunes Ratings

16 Ratings
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15
1
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Autoline is awesome

By Rock and roll car man - Aug 12 2018
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Autoline shows are excellent and quite informative. Autoline daily, autoline this week goes further in depth on many varied aspects of the automotive industry and autoline after hours is a fun and lighthearted weekly show also covering many important news in the industry.. Each of these three shows gives us special twist on automotive news.

Great!

By rafspitfire - May 09 2013
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The best car info you can get anywhere in the web! I recommend it to all gear heads who love the auto biz!
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Autoline This Week - Video

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Autoline This Week is the first stop for auto executives, insiders and consumers looking for the latest automotive news. Each week John McElroy, one of the deans of the Detroit automotive press corp, brings his expertise and analysis to the issues and interviews driving the automotive world. He moderates a panel of automotive journalists as they discuss the week’s news and interview top industry newsmakers

Rank #1: Autoline This Week #2305: A Candid Conversation About Where Ford Is Headed

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Ford had a terrible 2018. It wants to bury it and focus on the future. That future involves a complete redo of its product line and an effort to find new partners. And Ford is doing this knowing full well that it is sailing into unchartered waters. Ford’s Executive Vice President and President of Global Markets, Jim Farley, joins us on Autoline This Week to discuss the company’s future.

Feb 21 2019

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Rank #2: Autoline This Week #2226: Opportunities and Threats In Automotive Retail

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Automotive retailers are enjoying a terrific business climate right now but they face an uncertain future. On Autoline This Week, experts in the automotive retail business talk about the market shift away from passenger cars, what it will take to sell electric vehicles, how they’re dealing with margin compression and the impact President Trump’s import tariffs can have on their business.

Aug 02 2018

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Rank #3: Autoline This Week #2310: A Foot in The Old World, Stepping into The New

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BorgWarner is a century old auto supplier that always specialized in technology for internal combustion engines. Now its repositioning itself to be a significant supplier in propulsion electrification. On Autoline This Week, Fred Lissalde, the CEO of the company, discusses BorgWarner’s strategy for stepping into the new world.

Apr 25 2019

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Rank #4: Autoline This Week #2309: Magna: The Automotive Supplier That Manufactures Cars

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Magna is an impressively diversified automotive supplier that is growing at double digit rates. It’s the only traditional auto supplier in the world that manufactures cars for automakers. In fact, it can even do full vehicle development. On Autoline This Week, CEO Don Walker talks about Magna’s involvement in ride hailing, autonomy and electrification. And why all the startups are knocking on Magna’s door.

Apr 11 2019

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Rank #5: Autoline This Week #2228: Breathing New Life Into the Internal Combustion Engine

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Automakers face a dizzying choice of propulsion systems to use in their vehicles, which includes piston engines, hybrids, plug-ins, battery electrics and fuel cells. On Autoline This Week, Dan Nicholson, the Vice President of Global Propulsion Systems at General Motors, discusses GM’s strategy on where and when to use each one. And he also talks about the need for a new national standard on high octane gasoline.

Aug 30 2018

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Rank #6: Autoline This Week #2227: Powertrains At The Crossroads

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Automakers face a big challenge of where to devote their capital and R and D efforts in powertrain development. How do they balance their efforts between internal combustion engines, hybrids, battery electric vehicles and fuel cells? Dave Filipe, the Vice President of Powertrain Engineering at Ford, lays out the company’s strategy of how they’re going to proceed.

Aug 09 2018

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Rank #7: Autoline This Week #2222: Preparing Nissan for A Disruptive Decade

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This year’s recipient of the SAE Foundation’s Leadership of the Year Award, is Jose Munoz, the Chief Performance Officer at Nissan. He’s in charge of the company’s efforts in China and on this edition of Autoline This Week, Munoz presents his views on how the country is moving into the forefront of automotive technology. He also discusses the industry’s move into electrification, autonomy and mobility services.

Jul 05 2018

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Rank #8: Autoline This Week #2326: Roadblocks and Detours to EV Adoption

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Government regulations around the world are mandating that automakers build electric vehicles. And they’re doing it. The only problem is, no one knows how to make a profit on EVs. Moreover, they don’t know how to recycle the batteries. On this week’s show, we get into all that and the issues that are hindering EV adoption.

Oct 03 2019

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Rank #9: Autoline This Week #2324: When Will Autonomous Cars Finally Get Here?

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Just a couple of years ago, automakers were talking as if autonomous cars were right around the corner. Today they all seem to be backing away from that. Why? What happened? And what’s it going to take to put autonomous vehicles on track? On Autoline This Week, two executives from tech companies dive into the issue.

Sep 19 2019

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Rank #10: Autoline This Week #2217: Could Africa Be the Next Automotive Powerhouse?

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Africa’s population is almost as large as China’s and will double in the next 20 years, which means the demand for cars and mobility will be massive. On Autoline This Week, our special guest is Edward Hightower, an auto industry veteran, who’s written a book that identifies six countries on the continent that are ripe for industrialization.

May 17 2018

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Rank #11: Autoline This Week #2308 - Protecting Vehicles from Hackers

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Cyber security is an increasingly important topic in the auto industry and also the commercial truck industry. And with the growth of autonomous and connected vehicles, it’s only going to become more of a concern. On Autoline This Week, we’re on location at the National Defense Industrial Association’s cyber security meeting, to discuss how vehicles are being protected from hackers.

Mar 28 2019

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Rank #12: Autoline This Week #2312: Tesloop: A Trailblazer in New Mobility

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Tesloop is a ride sharing company. Carmiq is a car sharing company. And Rahul Sonnad is the CEO of both. The companies specialize in using Teslas to provide rides, or allow Tesla owners to rent out their cars. On Autoline This Week, we learn how the startup is exploring new opportunities in mobility.

May 09 2019

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Rank #13: Autoline This Week #2223: You’ve Heard of Smartphones, Get Ready for Smart Seats

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The auto industry is undergoing massive technological change. That’s why LEAR, a traditional seat supplier, is adding the technical capability to ensure the company can grow as the industry evolves. Ray Scott, the CEO of LEAR joins us on Autoline This Week, to discuss a number of topics, including how the seat in your car, is about to join the internet of things.

Jul 12 2018

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Rank #14: Autoline This Week #2220: Getting PSA Back in the USA

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After dropping out of the American market in 1991, French automaker PSA, the parent company of Peugeot and Citroen, wants back in. Before it starts building or selling cars in the U.S., it wants to launch a ride sharing service called Free2Move. Larry Dominique, the CEO of PSA North America, talks about their plans and how big this business could be.

Jun 21 2018

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Rank #15: Autoline This Week #2311: Lincoln Design Takes (Quiet) Flight

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About five years ago, the Lincoln Motor Company initiated a new design theme for its lineup called Quiet Flight. Instead of adopting a sporty, aggressive look like its competitors, the company chose to go in an opposite direction. On Autoline This Week, David Woodhouse, the Design Director of Lincoln, discusses how the new styling elements, like in the new Corsair, are helping to distinguish it from the competition.

May 02 2019

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Rank #16: Autoline This Week #2219: The Car World According to CAR

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The Management Briefing Seminars have been held for over half a century, which covers all aspects of the auto industry. The conference is organized by the Center for Automotive Research in Ann Arbor, Michigan. On Autoline This Week, three executives from CAR discuss a multitude of topics that will be covered at this year’s conference.

Jun 14 2018

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Rank #17: Autoline This Week #2221: Robots Will Not Gut Manufacturing Jobs

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There’s a big concern over robots eliminating manufacturing jobs. On Autoline This Week, we’re joined by three robotics experts who say that while some jobs will be lost, more new ones will be created. And that robots will make manufacturing companies cost competitive in global markets.

Jun 28 2018

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Rank #18: Autoline This Week #2306: Saving Auto Shows From Extinction

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Auto shows are in trouble. Some automakers are skipping certain auto shows and some are dropping out of others. On this week’s show, we dive into what is going on and what it will take to turn it around.

Mar 07 2019

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Rank #19: Autoline This Week #2225: Transforming A Traditional Supplier For An Autonomous and Electric World

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Dana is a traditional automotive supplier that’s been around for 114 years. It manufactures axles for all kinds of vehicles but now it has to transform itself into an agile company that’s ready for an autonomous and electrified world. On Autoline This Week, we’re joined by Bob Pyle, the President of Dana’s Light Vehicle Driveline division, to discuss how Dana is getting ready for big changes in the automotive industry.

Jul 26 2018

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Rank #20: Autoline This Week #2224: Shiloh: Booming Growth Through Traditional Manufacturing

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Shiloh Industries is a traditional auto supplier that pours, bends, machines and welds metals. And yet sales have tripled in four year’s time. On Autoline This Week, Ramzi Hermiz the CEO of Shiloh Industries, talks about how the company’s light-weighting experience is propelling that growth and will continue to do so even with electric and autonomous vehicles. He also talks about his experience serving on the board of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Jul 19 2018

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