It’s February in the car business, meaning it’s not without its challenges.
How do you build a culture where people of all backgrounds can feel accepted and accept others?
Some conversations are worth extending.
Host Daniel Govaer is joined by Liza Borches, President and CEO of Carter Myers Automotive, Michael Wood, General Manager at Checkered Flag Auto Group, Katie Duncan, Assistant General Manager of Mohawk Chevrolet, and Fabiola Mathis, General Manager at Mercedes-Benz of Lubbock.
Buckle up. It’s time for the Wheelhouse to dissect leads and follow-up process.
Hyundai will sell its vehicles on Amazon, and it potentially has huge ramifications for the auto industry.
The retail auto industry has some questions about the EV narrative that’s being spun in the media and pop culture.
Here are the things in the retail auto industry that we need to stop saying
Missed ASOTU CON? Don’t worry, we got you.
Let’s get real practical.
Matthew Haiken gets all fired up. Brian Kramer won’t stop interrupting. Patrick Abad seems to welcome companies gleaning data from him. Paul J Daly is still basking in the glow of his “victory” from 3 weeks ago.
Should more OEMs look towards Ferrari for strategy? Our panel seems to think so.
We aren’t economists, but we do know what dealers can do to be successful.
Will people need dealers in the future? Can’t they just do the whole process online? In this rowdy episode of the Wheelhouse, host Daniel Govaer and the ASOTU Wheelhouse crew tackle this topic, but before we get there, we’ve got rumors and stolen ideas.
Interpreting the data can be hard, but the Wheelhouse is here to help.
On this first episode, Daniel Govaer is joined by Paul J Daly, Kyle Mountsier, Bob Lanham and Brian Kramer to discuss the UAW’s negotiations, the latest production numbers from EV manufacturers, the Cadillac Celestiq and how it is really hard to find a used car right now.
We're taking the wheel of the discussion around automotive retail.