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The Total Car Score podcast covers a wide range of automotive topics, including new car reviews, shopping guidance, buying advice and news stories impacting the automotive marketplace.

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The Total Car Score podcast covers a wide range of automotive topics, including new car reviews, shopping guidance, buying advice and news stories impacting the automotive marketplace.

    2022 NACTOY AWARD semifinalists; 8 cars, 6 trucks and 9 SUVS

    2022 NACTOY AWARD semifinalists; 8 cars, 6 trucks and 9 SUVS

    In this episode we analyze the list of 23 semifinalists for the 2022 North American Car, Truck and Utility Vehicle of the Year™ (NACTOY), which includes eight cars, six trucks and nine utility vehicles. All are new or substantially new and are or will be on sale in showrooms across North America this year. 

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    • 19 min
    Automotive Jobs are offering signing bonuses and a lot more!

    Automotive Jobs are offering signing bonuses and a lot more!

    In this episode, Lauren helps people find jobs in the automotive industry. She talks with Scott Trainor at USA Motor Jobs about signing bonuses, what type of jobs are available at all levels, from no experience to a veteran and enthusiasts - there’s a job for you! This is the smartest and easiest way to find the right job.

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    • 15 min
    2021 Land Rover TRĕK in Asheville, North Carolina

    2021 Land Rover TRĕK in Asheville, North Carolina

    In this episode we travel to the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina to compete in the 2021 Land Rover TRĕK 2021 with a customized 2022 Land Rover Defender, equipped with specially modified accessories. We talked to Joe Eberhardt, President & CEO of Jaguar Land Rover North America, about this amazing experience.
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    • 14 min
    The Volkswagen ID.4 will be MADE IN USA starting next year

    The Volkswagen ID.4 will be MADE IN USA starting next year

    In this episode, we travel to Chattanooga, Tennessee for the first drive of the 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 AWD and to explore the new factory where it will be built, starting next year. We also get to talk to Product Manager Jeffery Lear and Dustin Krause, Director of eMobility at Volkswagen to learn everything about the new electrificación era of the German manufacturer.

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    • 13 min
    The 2021 IAA Munich Auto Show with BMW

    The 2021 IAA Munich Auto Show with BMW

    In this episode we travel to Munich, Germany for the first major international Auto Show since the beginning of the pandemic and talk to Adam Sykes, VP Government Affairs & Corporate Communications, Region Americas for BMW.
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    • 26 min
    2022 Infiniti QX60 with Bob Welby

    2022 Infiniti QX60 with Bob Welby

    In this episode we travel to Napa Valley and interview Bob Welby, Sr. Director OF Infiniti Operations in North America about the all-new QX60, which will arrive in showrooms this fall to compete in the highly popular segment of the 3-row luxury SUV market. 
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    • 15 min

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Rafaelsantoni ,

Interesting take on the electrification topic

As an avid car enthusiast, I am always interested in how the masses embrace the different vehicle options available for both, transportation and leisure. Cars are an important part of many societies, and many people don’t understand how important it is to ensure that customers are happy with their purchase, but also the responsibility on manufacturing safe vehicles. Safety for the passengers, in the unfortunate case of accidents, as well as making them better for the environment.

If I remember correctly, as part of the conversation, I believe there was a concern regarding the electric grid being able to handle total electrification of the transportation industry. I think this is a very important topic, and one that should be properly researched as well as informed to the public. Multiple independent studies have already been able to prove that not only most modern energy infrastructures can handle this, but also that the impact will be negligible towards existing facilities. Especially in the United States Some incremental changes may need to be made in some regions, but the infrastructure is mostly there already.

It’s a bit concerning that someone says they love diesel, like Lauren did, because there is nothing good about it. It’s dirty, noisy and plain old tech that should be replaced permanently as soon as possible.

I used to be hands-on with high performance engines and transmission during my grassroots racing years, but the new tech is so much better with electric cars, that I can’t see myself going back to an internal combustion engine, any time in the near future.

Cheers!

Jordi Ortega (TORO BRAVO) ,

Really good/Muy bueno

3 experts talking cars. Journalists who actually test the cars they are talking about. And from our perspective (consumers). Great!

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