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May 12, 2021 | How the pandemic has shifted Toyota's marketing focus
Lisa Materazzo, group vice president of Toyota Division Marketing at Toyota Motor North America, talks about the automaker's marketing strategies as it prepares to launch a bevy of updated vehicles in the U.S. over the next 16 months.
May 11, 2021 | Eaton's push to power an electrified future
Scott Adams, president of the power management supplier's eMobility division, explains how the company is using a range of technologies to advance the performance and safety of electrified vehicles.
May 10, 2021 | Daily Drive Rewind: The science behind smart cities
MIT Media Lab's Kent Larson says the research institute is exploring the use of a three-wheeled, bikelike autonomous vehicle to help solve mobility challenges in urban cities.
May 7, 2021 | Will chip shortage shrink the supply chain?
Deloitte's Chris Richards believes the auto industry's multi-tier supply base has too many layers and is causing the sector to fall behind other industries amid the microchip pinch.
May 6, 2021 | How chipmakers can weed out 'bad apples'
Oreste Donzella, executive vice president of semiconductor equipment company KLA, says screening technology has the potential to speed up automotive chip certification times, reduce latent defects and shorten the fabrication process.
May 5, 2021 | Daily Drive Rewind: Elon Musk one-on-one (Part 3)
We revisit our July 2020 conversation with Tesla's boss, who defended the name of the electric vehicle maker's Autopilot driver-assistance system and said criticism of the software is 'idiotic.'