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What do today’s automotive trends say about the future of driving? The auto industry has evolved exponentially just in the last few years, and innovations such as automated driving, platooning, use-based insurance policies, hybridization, and enhanced platforms are on track to maintain or exceed this pace entirely.
Even though blockchain has been a technology utilized in the financial sector for several years, automotive companies are only now discovering the advantages it offers. With the auto industry entering a new age of digitization, blockchain has the ability to revolutionize the automotive industry.
With less than a week to go, the countdown is on for the wide selection of vehicles set to debut at this year’s New York International Auto Show (NYIAS). This year’s event is set to take place from March 30 to April 8, with previews scheduled to start on March 28 at Jacob Javits Center, and the show plans to offer up tons of futuristic concepts, luxury looks and convenient features that car connoisseurs will be dying to get a glimpse of. This year’s show will have plenty of brands worth seeing. But updates to existing Acura and Honda vehicles are offering much to aspire to. Here are some must-see cars and trucks worth looking for at this year’s event.
The dominance of digital advertising has been overstated, particularly in the automotive industry. Powerhouse companies like Toyota and Fiat Chrysler continue to spend big bucks on television ads and other mediums because they produce results. The auto industry does lead in the use of digital advertising, but it invests more in other, more traditional modes. Those types of advertising still produce results, delivering a healthy return on the advertiser’s investment. The industry needs to blend the old ways with the new.
Following the successful debut of the all-new 2019 RDX Acura prototype at the 2018 North American International Auto Show, Acura announced the model’s official reveal, in production form, for later this month.
The 2019 RDX represents a bold direction for Acura, fully embodying the impactful introduction of the Acura Precision Concept in 2016.
The 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) features the world’s top automakers with their futures on display, and after Acura’s debut of their 2019 RDX Prototype, the future looks brighter than ever.
In a restyle being referred to as “transformational,” the 2018 RLX is set to debut during the prestigious Monterey Automotive Week, August 15-19 on the Monterey Peninsula. The overall goal of the redesign, according to Acura Vice President and General Manager Jon Ikeda, was “creating road presence and styling that better reflect underlying performance capabilities of the vehicle,” and as Acura’s best-performing sedan to date, the 2018 RLX spares no expense when it comes to delivering power, luxury, and performance unlike any of its contemporaries.