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: 0133
A lust for things fast and fun seems to have no limits. This is all true when it comes to the background of a few of the automakers of the world. Fast, fun, good times is what they want to offer us and when the world changed its appetite over to CUV world, these companies noticed. Follow AutoLooks as we take a look at how the sport appeal moved over to the CUV marketplace and how its evolving past what it initially started as.
Consumers have always wanted to have fun with their vehicles. This is a truth that every auto maker knows, as ever since the advent of the automobile, people have used this technology to have fun. But, why is it that our tastes have changed from a fun sports car and coupe world over an emphasis on the sport appeal of our standard vehicles? Well, AutoLooks may have had a hand in this as the consumer market shifted their focus.
Today you can enjoy the fun appeal of adventure from nearly every segment. Not to say that you couldn't before, but up until the late 2000's, your average family vehicle was no more fun than walk through the mall. But, with the rise of sport appeal to nearly every market, we have shifted our views of our average people movers, over to a fun good time. So, why did this happen? A utoLooks knows!
From the fall of the three (3) car driveway, gave rise for a need to expand our tastes into the standard marketplace. This created a desire for our regular products to blend with the fun side of the automotive world. AutoLooks has been watching this unfold for over a decade and today we are here to talk about what happened and where we are going.
So sit, back and enjoy our journey through the rise of the Sport CUV marketplace.
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