This week was the first week we weren’t able to go into the studio to record the Consumer Guide Car Stuff Podcast. So, we used a nifty app called CleanFeed to help with sound quality. I think it mostly worked.
We started out discussing the cool things the Detroit Three are doing to help with the Covid-19 relief effort. As someone who has a family member “on the front lines” as a paramedic, I appreciate what they’re doing to get more safety equipment and ventilators out to more entities as quickly as possible.
Then we switched gears to discuss a #cardujour I had a few weeks ago: The Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro. This is a unique vehicle in its segment with an upright stance and a body-on-frame construction. But the truck has experienced a resurgence, and it’s novelty is a big part of the reason why.
Lastly, we spent a significant portion of the show talking to our guest Sam Fiorani, vice president of global vehicle forecasting for AutoForecast Solutions, to talk about the long-range effects Covid-19 will have on the automotive industry.
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