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Hyundai’s 5-year, 40 Billion Dollar Plan

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This week, Hyundai Motor announced that it’s planning on allocating 45 trillion won ($40 billion USD) within the next five years to make significant technological advances, which includes about 20 trillion won ($17.7 billion USD) to research and development and 14 trillion won ($12.4 billion USD) to other upgrades. Part of the plan is to […]
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Kona

Huge Expectations for Hyundai’s Kona EV

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Most people imagine a Toyota Prius when they think of an “eco-friendly vehicle” but the history of electric cars actually spans back to the 1800s when chemist William Morrison created one that was able to go up to a whopping 14 miles per hour. Since then, the interest in electric cars has wavered due to […]
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Thought Leaders

Automotive CX Summit Promises High-Value Experience for All Attendees

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Jon Munzel, the founder and President of the Thought Leadership Summits, joins us on our CBT Automotive Network and is excited to share with our audience all of the important updates and things you need to know about their upcoming automotive conference. Just a few weeks out from their next conference the Automotive CX Summit, […]
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Rory Vaden: 2 ways to respond to slow sales | Will...

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  On today's CBT Newscast for Monday, January 8th, 2018: Will tax reform help auto sales When consumers have extra money, they buy things. How big the...
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CDK’s Ron Frey: All the touchpoints consumers are engaged in |...

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On today's CBT Newscast for Monday, October 16th, 2017: CDK’s Ron Frey: All the touchpoints consumers are engaged in With the amount of research consumers do...
Don Chalmers

Don Chalmers: The Process to Excellence

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Making and Measuring Goals — And Winning Few get to start anything from scratch. A complete do-over. But that’s exactly what happened to Don Chalmers and his team and as a result, the dealership not only became one of the crown jewels in Ford’s roster but, in 2016, earned the Malcolm Baldrige National Performance Excellence […]
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Which OEM has the fastest and most powerful vehicle?

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Fiat Chrysler announces $1 billion investment in US manufacturing, 2,000 new jobs – Fiat Chrysler said Sunday it would spend $1 billion on U.S. manufacturing, including modernizing plants in Michigan and Ohio, in a move that’s set to add 2,000 new jobs, Reuters reported. Hyundai envisions a car that senses and cures your road rage – […]
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A bold move from a top OEM

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Report: Takata weighing $1B criminal settlement – Troubled auto supplier Takata is close to agreeing to a criminal settlement of up to $1 billion with U.S. prosecutors over the company’s exploding-air-bags scandal, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The Japanese air bag manufacturer has been negotiating a deal that could involve the company pleading guilty to […]
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OEM Headlines: What’s new at the LA Auto Show?

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2017 Hyundai Ioniq, Company’s First Dedicated Electrified Vehicle Platform Arrives In December – Sometime before the end of 2016, Hyundai dealers in California and other states that follow its emissions regulations will start selling the brand’s first-ever car specifically developed around electrified powertrains. The Hyundai Ioniq and its Kia crossover cousin, the NIro share an architecture […]
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Is your dealership on Google?

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Is your dealership on Google? Joe Gumm interviews Steve Shannon, former CMO with Hyundai and Yext advisory board member
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