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The Decade in Review: Automotive Industry

Daniel Fernandez, dsf.my

18-Dec-19 20:00

The Decade in Review: Automotive Industry

As it's the final Cruise Control episode of 2019 (and the entire decade) Richard, Ariff and Daniel looks back on five (of many) crucial things that happened in the automotive industry. The three talk about the rise of SUVs and Crossover vehicles, the lasting impact of the Tesla Model S, the harrowing Dieselgate scandal, general advancements in automotive technology, and the future of mobility.


Produced by: Ariff Roose

Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Ariff Roose


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Tags:  Decade in Review2010sTeslaSUVsCrossoversMercedes-BenzBMWAritifical IntelligenceSelf-Driving CarsNew MobilityDieselgateVolkswagenAviation, Auto, Transport, LogisticsMotoring

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