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Connecting the dots across mobility, design, and culture. The partner show to Looking Out - The Newsletter.

Looking Out - The Podcast Drew Smith & Joe Simpson

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Connecting the dots across mobility, design, and culture. The partner show to Looking Out - The Newsletter.

    EP17 Gandini's Top Trumps, BMW's Neue Klasse X, knobs, and our favourite gas station meals

    EP17 Gandini's Top Trumps, BMW's Neue Klasse X, knobs, and our favourite gas station meals

    Sibilio. Bravo. Stratos. Magnum. And Shamal. Joe and Drew celebrate Gandini’s life and his greatest hits.

    We also cover the BMW Vision Neue Klasse X, Euro NCAP’s physical button mandate, and a conversation about great gas station meals leads to us pondering the future of the road stop.

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    🤝 Connect with us on LinkedIn
    Drew - https://www.linkedin.com/in/drewpasmith/
    Joe - https://www.linkedin.com/in/joseph-s-92863a2/

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    ⏰ Time stamps
    00:00 Pre-roll 
    00:30 Intro
    01:39 Joe's apology
    02:59 The death of Marcello Gandini, and Gandini's Top Trumps
    19:53 BMW's Neue Klasse X
    29:28 Euro NCAP's knob incentive
    41:59 Our favourite gas station meals (and the future of the gas station)_
    52:08 Outro

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    That's it for this episode! Thanks for listening.

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    • 53 Min.
    EP16 The hatchback renaissance - the Rivian R3 and Renault R5. Plus the death of the Apple Car, and the state of design leadership.

    EP16 The hatchback renaissance - the Rivian R3 and Renault R5. Plus the death of the Apple Car, and the state of design leadership.

    The death of the desirable hatchback has been exaggerated. In the space of two weeks, we've been gifted the new Renault R5 and the Rivian R3 and R3X. We discuss their design, and what they mean for their respective manufacturers.

    Meanwhile, the death of the Apple Car is now (almost definitely) certain and we explore why Apple finally caved.

    And we also discuss what's happening to design in the C-Suite, and whether maybe our time at the big table is up, and whether that's actually a bad thing.

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    🤝 Connect with us on LinkedIn
    Drew - https://www.linkedin.com/in/drewpasmith/
    Joe - https://www.linkedin.com/in/joseph-s-92863a2/

    🔗 Links
     @apolaine interviews Peter Merholz about the state of the design nation: https://www.youtube.com/live/XLQ3hnbdKcM?si=G-SsdVC4fv7XqAPk

    Robert Fabricant - The big design freak-out: A generation of design leaders grapple with their future: https://www.fastcompany.com/91027996/the-big-design-freak-out-a-generation-of-design-leaders-grapple-with-their-future

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    ⏰ Time stamps
    00:00 Pre-roll
    01:58 How do we stay positive?
    09:20 The Death of Project Titan
    27:53 Rivian's new products!
    40:13 The Reanult R5
    49:48 The big design freak-out
    01:01:52 The need for a new Baccara
    01:04:45 Outro

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    Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0YschSrj672jQOGt3R5eE5
    Other platforms and streaming - https://podcast.lookingout.io
    That's it for this episode! Thanks for listening.

    If you like what you hear, please leave a review for us on your favourite podcasting platform. It helps other folk like you find us!

    And you can sign up for Looking Out - The Newsletter, the sidekick to our podcast, here: automobility.substack.com

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    EP15 - Has technology ruined cruise control? Drew rides in a Waymo!

    EP15 - Has technology ruined cruise control? Drew rides in a Waymo!

    Tesla Autopilot. Hyundai Highway Driving Assist 2. GM SuperCruise. Oh, and a Waymo robotaxi. This episode has it all. 

    Joe and Drew talk about their experiences of each and ask the crucial question: what's it all for?

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    ⬇️ Download Drew's free trend report from CES 2024: https://www.studiophro.com/ces-2024-report-download-form

    🤝 Connect with us on LinkedIn
    Drew -   https://www.linkedin.com/in/drewpasmith/
    Joe - https://www.linkedin.com/in/joseph-simpson-92863a2/

    🔗 Links
    Dude, where's my self-driving car - the latest from The Verge: https://www.theverge.com/24065447/self-driving-car-autonomous-tesla-gm-baidu
    A crowd destroyed a driverless Waymo car in San Francisco: https://www.theverge.com/2024/2/11/24069251/waymo-driverless-taxi-fire-vandalized-video-san-francisco-china-town

    📸 Follow us on Instagram
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    That's it for this episode! Thanks for listening.

    If you like what you hear, please leave a review for us on your favourite podcasting platform. It helps other folk like you find us!

    And you can sign up for Looking Out - The Newsletter, the sidekick to our podcast, here: automobility.substack.com

    • 58 Min.
    EP14 - Drew reports on CES 2024: AI-powered interfaces, grid independence, and calm technology

    EP14 - Drew reports on CES 2024: AI-powered interfaces, grid independence, and calm technology

    For over a decade now, the Consumer Electronics Show has also been one of the most significant automotive shows in the world.

    In January 2024, after the year in which generative AI changed everything, Drew’s hopes were high for a few radical new takes on what the car might become when fused with artificial intelligence.

    What he found was lipstick on a pig.

    Join Joe and Drew as they take a look at the lowlights from the world’s largest trade show, and, yes, find some cause for joy.
    That's it for this episode! Thanks for listening.

    If you like what you hear, please leave a review for us on your favourite podcasting platform. It helps other folk like you find us!

    And you can sign up for Looking Out - The Newsletter, the sidekick to our podcast, here: automobility.substack.com

    • 49 Min.
    EP13 - CyberWTF?! - What the new Tesla says about the state of design, and humanity.

    EP13 - CyberWTF?! - What the new Tesla says about the state of design, and humanity.

    Back in 2019, Drew and Joe disagreed on what the Tesla Cybertruck represented. Has anything changed in the past four years?

    In this episode, Drew and Joe take a look at what the most polarising car in living memory means as a piece of technology, as a piece of design, and as a cultural artefact.
    That's it for this episode! Thanks for listening.

    If you like what you hear, please leave a review for us on your favourite podcasting platform. It helps other folk like you find us!

    And you can sign up for Looking Out - The Newsletter, the sidekick to our podcast, here: automobility.substack.com

    • 43 Min.
    EP12 - Why China has the most exciting car market right now. Joe reports from Shanghai.

    EP12 - Why China has the most exciting car market right now. Joe reports from Shanghai.

    For two decades, China has been the goose that laid the golden egg for Western automakers.

    Now, it might just be the market that screws the pooch.

    Joe heads to Shanghai after a few years away to see just how far the Chinese manufacturers have come. 

    We explore how automotive culture is developing, and paint a picture of the challenges ahead for both Chinese and Western automotive manufacturers in this critical market.
    That's it for this episode! Thanks for listening.

    If you like what you hear, please leave a review for us on your favourite podcasting platform. It helps other folk like you find us!

    And you can sign up for Looking Out - The Newsletter, the sidekick to our podcast, here: automobility.substack.com

    • 44 Min.

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