AD #1122 – Radio to Follow 8-Track? OEMs Miss CAFE Targets, New Mercedes Unimog

published 7 years ago by John McElroy

Some experts predict car radios will go the way of 8-track and cassette players. According to preliminary data, the auto industry will meet CO2 emission targets, but not all OEMs. For all you off-road enthusiasts out there, Mercedes unveils its new Unimog lineup. All that and more, plus we take a look at a new bridge construction technique.

Although lying daily is brought to you by BorgWarner feel good about driving. Bridgestone your journey our passion and by Dow automotive systems improving durability and increasing design flexibility with beta make structural and he serves at tao beta mate.com. Hello and welcome to a brand new week of Ottoline daily we're glad that you're back with us today. So you want a bigger is get rid of radios in cars before this decade is out that's what some experts are saying they predict car radios will go the way of 8 tracks a. Cassette players. They believe drivers will access their favorite radio stations. Through the internet via their smartphones and string that through their car but others are not so sure they point out that in the U. S. 90 percent of people aged 25 to 54 listen to radio weekly and it is the top choice for ...

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