In this episode of frankly…
The Auto Show is back home in Detroit after a more than three-year hiatus! Rachel and Dan break down what’s changed since 2019, how the show is evolving and what that means for the future of the event.
Hear first impressions from the show floor from journalists, analysts and exhibitors, including: Lindsay Brooke, editor in chief of SAE Automotive Engineering (1:00); Stephanie Brinley, principal analyst, automotive with S&P Global Mobility (4:06); Jamie Butters, executive editor of Automotive News (6:25); Noah Collins, senior director of sales and service with ICON Aircraft (8:37); and Mark Phelan, auto critic and columnist with the Detroit Free Press (10:25).
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