AD #2152 – GM and UAW Concerned Over Sales Slump, Audi Issues Diesel Recall, Do We Need Traffic Lights in The Future?

published 1 year ago by John McElroy

- GM and UAW Concerned Over Sales Slump - German OEMs Investigated Over Collusion - German Automakers Agree to Software Updates - Audi Issues Diesel Recall - Nissan ProPILOT Not an Autonomous System - Hyperloop: From NY To DC In 29 Minutes - Do We Need Traffic Lights in The Future? - Overcoming Consumer Resistance to Data Collection

On today's show GM and the UAW are worried about slumping car sales in the impact on jobs we look at a future when autonomous cars mean we won't need any traffic lights and how the auto industry wants to. Data that. Generate in their cars. All that and more coming right. Online. This is not a line daily the show dedicated to enthusiasts of the automotive industry. I'll here's a story we're going to have to keep a close eye on. The UAW is in talks with General Motors about slumping passenger car sales in the American market and the impact that could have on factories and jobs so far this year GM's passenger car sales are down by 93000 units a 20 percent drop what some sales are falling off a cliff. A Chevy Malibu is down 30 percent. A sonic 36 the impala for ...

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