Scott Sheahan has founded Rustic Security in the hopes of contributing to automotive cybersecurity by providing independent consulting services, leaving the corporate world he was familiar with behind.
Volvo transformed their marketing strategy and brand to enable them to capture new audiences and appeal to a younger generation. As other automakers try to rebrand themselves, Volvo already did.
States continue to invest in electric vehicle battery manufacturing, and the outlook for North America EV battery manufacturing is positive with the rise in popularity of gigafactories.
This article is about a conversation I had with a project manager at Mercedes earlier this year about their in-car software and how the industry is evolving. This gentleman wants to remain anonymous, but he is well-versed in the happenings of Mercedes software and knows a thing or two about
Automotive fraud has seen many practices continue and some evolve over the past few years. Companies such as Point Predictive monitor the pulse of this ecosystem.
2022 delivered many incredible vehicles, and Auto Digest picks the top three from the past year. The Elantra N, Bronco Raptor, and Corvette Z06 win top spots.
Auto Digest November Business Spotlight - Louisville, KY According to sales statistics, there are ~17 million U.S. auto retail sales yearly, meaning ~46,000 daily transactions. While there was a demand dip in the early days of the Covid, everyone knows sales have more than recovered and the market
Concerns, ideas for the future, and new technologies are all on display here for the rest to examine. These are some of the biggest takeaways from the largest auto cybersecurity conference.
The current landscape of the automotive industry is quite obviously... questionable. Not the direction, that makes sense, but the pace and scale of which the change is expected to occur.
Point Predictive is a San Diego, California based firm that has been fighting fraud since 2014. Auto Digest spoke with the co founder.
The rapid industry shift towards EV's, autonomous vehicles, and connected cars presents many risks for the average consumer if not done correctly and with cybersecurity in mind. It's only a matter of time before stories begin to surface of vehicles being hacked at scale.
In this issue of Business Spotlight, Auto Digest spoke with CEO of Client Command Jonathan Lucenay.
Today, June 1, Mercedes-Benz has officially taken the wraps off of the final version of the famed AMG One. It is quite literally an F1 car for the road, so don't expect a plush interior with heated cupholders just because you ordered one for two million dollars.
So the market in the auto industry the last few months has been... less than ideal for everyone involved. The lack of processors and chips, and now the war in Ukraine has had devastating impacts on the supply chain. Customers have been searching for longer for the right car, and