Marketing Automotive Weekly
Monday, October 14, 2019
  • Mazda Partners With Univision For Video Series

    "We aim to build relevance by leaning into the shared values between our brand and target," Mazda's Dino Bernacchi tells "Marketing Daily." Read the whole story

  • Audi Targets Millennials With Social Content

    "We view Instagram as the modern car magazine that goes beyond just car photos," Audi's Loren Angelo tells "Marketing Daily." Read the whole story

  • Ford Partners With Universal Pictures For VR Experience

    The collaboration allows Ford to showcase connected vehicle technology and get customers' feedback on what they do and don't want. Read the whole story

  • Lincoln Invites Influencers To Get Some Sleep

    "To reach people where they spend time, we have to consider the role that social plays in their lives," says Hudson Rouge's Jon Pearce. Read the whole story

  • Tesla Most-Googled Car Brand By Americans

    Electric car brand might be getting hits due to recent negative press, including video that went viral of a driver asleep at the wheel. Read the whole story

  • Porsche, Boeing Partner To Develop Flying Car

    Porsche and Boeing have agreed to work together on future "premium personal urban air mobility vehicles." The two companies signed a memorandum of understanding … Read the whole story

  • Toyota Intros AI-Powered Concept Car

    No word on when a commercial version of The "LQ" concept car, first shown at the 2017 CES, might become available. Read the whole story