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: 0129
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Why is it we are always trying to keep up with today's trends and fads. It costs us money and doesn't really prove anything in the end, but we still do it. Even in the automotive world we try to prove our status with the vehicle we drive. But why is this happening? AutoLooks takes a look at the Status Quo of the automotive world and why we have specific status options available to us.
Podcast Episode: 0128
Why does Santa still ride around in a sleigh?
You can dash through the snow while enjoying all the wonders that this time of year brings to you. Going on a sleigh ride is always a fun outing, but why is it that Santa still utilizes this outdated form of transportation? AutoLooks takes a look at why the man in red still uses a sleigh and what other variations of his sleigh we have seen throughout history. So, sit back and relax to those sleigh bells ringing.
Podcast Episode: 0127
Why do limited production vehicles exist?
Most automakers have had them over their lifetime. They bring awareness to your brand on a big scale. But, why do auto companies make these exquisite pieces of machinery if they don't plan on keeping them for the long haul? AutoLooks takes a look at the why auto makers do this and why some just don't get into this market.
Podcast Episode: 0126
Why do automotive product marriages happen?
Marriage is a recognized union of two (2) people as partners in a personal relationship. This is what most of us know, but it is also a combination or mixture of two or more elements. In the automotive world this is what is true, as companies mix together to create duplicate products which create a shareable end product. AutoLooks takes a look at why this happens and what the true end product is.
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