Unscripted, unrehearsed and all top of mind. The AutoLooks.net Podcast carries the knowledge and information from it's host Everett J., onto the world stage. So, come with us as we take you on journey through the automotive industry.
Podcast Episode: 0073
Back in 2019 we finally got a new Ranger after years of waiting and seeing the great looking product they had across the pond. Now its time for the Ranger to rise again. This time they are bringing the Raptor to our shores.
AutoLooks takes a look at how it all started and how it all went wrong, as we take a look the life and times of the Ford Ranger.
Can Rental Companies survive the market
With the near fallout of Hertz in 2020, it seems that the times may be changing for rental companies. Less people are owning or driving cars in major urban centers. Uber and Lyft are picking up more people each year and now the introduction of dedicated delivery and transportation pods, the rental industry has a lot of competition on their hands. Now add in subscription cars and their market could be near its end. So how can we help this market? Check out our podcast below for the story.
How can Transportation change to suit Suburban life now?
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COVID may have changed our everyday life, but it also spurred growth in odd places. A rush to small towns and suburban life has been rekindled due to our lockup and new ability to work from home. But how is this rush back to the suburb's going to affect the transportation system of tomorrow? AutoLooks takes a look at how it is going to change both the products in the market and the setup of the burbs.
How Two Men Brought Us Lowrider Culture
How America Grew through its Divisions and why most are gone
The American Auto Industry has gone through a lot of changes over the years. With new divisions to fill in gaps in their lineup, to shuttering complete divisions who have lost their way. They made it through both the British and Asian invasions. For now it looks to be on good times, but changes are on the way for some of our beloved divisions, as we transition to an alternative fuel future.
Who will survive and who will perish?
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