Darrell Amberson of LaMettry's Collision talks on the show floor of the ADAPT Summit about what attendees can expect from his presentation, and what shops need to do in order to get ahead of the technology curve.
Jamie Sullivan, business development VP for automotive AI company Derq, breaks down how close we are to wide spread adoption of smart roads designed to support and actively interface with vehicles as they drive, as well as what that means for the automotive aftermarket.
Dodge announces it will cease production of the Charger and Challenger by 2024, Ford and Rivian cancel a joint EV project, and GM has begun lifting restrictions on some Chevrolet Bolt models put in place due to a battery fire recall.
Mark Fincher of CCC Intelligent Solutions shares how important it is for aftermarket shops to have access to new repair information and tools, and what role companies such as CCC play in getting shops what they need.
Mark Fincher, CCC marketing solutions VP, talks about how important it is for aftermarket shops to have access to new repair information and tools, and what role companies such as CCC play in getting shops what they need.
The recently passed $1 trillion infrastructure bill sets up the U.S. to take major strides in EV infrastructure, but it is far from the only investment necessary to make a national EV charging network feasible.
Bob Stewart, aftermarket service manager for General Motors, talks about how GM is working toward making new vehicle tech accessible to customers and why working with the aftermarket, instead of against it, is so crucial in today's industry.
Eleven governors petition congress to drop a plan for extra incentives for union-made electric vehicles, Stellantis offers voluntary retirement options in its push for electrification, and Ford customizes a 1978 F-100 pickup to show off its aftermarket electric offerings.
Anna Zeck, editorial director at 10 Missions Media, speaks with Vice President of Content and Events Bryce Evans about what exactly the ADAPT Automotive Summit is, what you can expect while you're there, and why the event is so important for the automotive aftermarket.
General Motors will reopen all of its manufacturing plants for the first time since February, Stellantis announces a new EV battery factory for the second time in as many weeks, and EV sales hit an all-time high in Q3.
John Sweigart of TRUE Collision Centers breaks down some of the biggest trends revolving around customer relations and a lack of networking between the repair space and other third-party automotive groups.
Tennessee lawmakers approve an $884 million incentive package for a new Ford EV facility in the state, Stellantis and LG announce a preliminary agreement to build a joint EV battery plant, and Amazon's AV unit will start testing vehicles in Seattle.