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"caudill" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:10 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The side of the road, seeing cars, coming, and then actually in a position to preempt a potential threat. Mercedes has a product on the market now where the. Vehicle will literally steer itself, a round of potential threat, so we are going there, and I've had a chance to be behind the wheel of some of these. Here's what's going to change the game. The number one factor in bringing autonomous vehicles to the market has nothing to do with cars. It has everything to do with telecommunications, and that would be when we go from four G to five G in the marketplace, that's going to change the game in the auto industry because five G means one thing, lower latency and faster speed faster speeds, or what a computer need while on the road to make an immediate decision to move you left, right? Where stop vehicle? I can I explain to you what my concern is. And then you can either you can either agree with my concern or tried to put my concern at ease. So I I don't I'm not afraid about Thomas vehicles. I truly believe that computers will probably be better driving than humans are. I mean we have all kinds of problems with us behind the wheel. I'm in we're either destroy. With our cell phones distracted because something else is going on or we're having a heart attack. Mccann steer the car or know there's rain, and we don't not good drivers. I mean, there's all humans are horrible at driving. Oh we've shown that every day. And I think computers can be better than we can at driving automobiles. And if all the computers are all automobiles are, are, are running on the same computer system. I think we'll be totally safe. What I am worried about is the big picture on losing our freedoms and losing the ability to hop into a car, put it in drive pointed in a direction, you want to go and go, there anytime you want to go there, because as you alluded, there's got to be an infrastructure in place. There's got to be a body that, that helps govern and operate a system of autonomous vehicles. And if there's a governing body that controls autonomous vehicles, then that governing body could similarly, tell us when we can and cannot drive where we can and cannot go to. Sure. So I'm gonna put you at ease on on both sides of the equation. I'm gonna make you feel good about being an uninvited. Freedom and and horsepower, because that's what I want and the concept of a tawny. And, and I live I- coexist between New York and LA. Right. So I live in two of the biggest congested nasty traffic cities in the world. I landed JFK and it takes me two and a half hours to get into the city. I land at J it LAX, and it takes me two and a half hours to get home. The concept of tawny isn't for a Saturday morning when you want to jump in your Mazda miata Porsche Carrera. Whatever it is. You wanna drive and go and enjoy a dried drive of freedom. Right. It's when you get up at eight in the morning and, or seven in the morning, and you got to get behind the wheel in traffic when it congested to help better manage the flow of traffic, you can accomplish so much in that hour and a half time period. If you don't have to worry about paying attention to the road now and that part, I'm looking forward to, and that's the part, that's where that's where we want to go with it. And, and in our lifetime, we're going to see certain parts of that. But here the inherent issue with that human versus machine. If you put a Thomas vehicles on the road with human driver's human drivers are gonna dry fast. They're gonna drive slow they're gonna Kern without using turn signals. They're going to merge onto freeway. They're going to be sipping coffee texting making phone calls and the autonomous vehicle is going to be preprogrammed for a certain speed. And, and so as technology evolves. It will have the ability to manage its driving capabilities with the flow of traffic. But frankly, Joe were not even close to being there yet. But, but when the point comes at which looks that we'd tip the balance between autonomous vehicles on the road versus human driven vehicles on the road. And I think you're kind of getting that at some point, someone's going to say, look, we have too many human driven vehicles on the road. It's not gonna work. Anybody who has a human driven car. You can no longer drive, you got six months to get rid of it. Switching gears from cars and talking politics. I mean if you look at what President Trump has been able to, to do in his first few years as president, he's gone against the system. Right. So and and him just winning was a feat in itself. And so there is pushback. I'm an enthusiast. I, I have a seventy four Bronco three oh to V8.. It's loud. It's mean it's nasty. It's fun. It's my freedom. I also have a plug in hybrid electric vehicle. And I think what you're going to see is you're going to see a merging of mindset where people want to be able to, to do both, you want to be able to have the functionality of technology who doesn't love it. I phone you know that has functional capabilities, that allow you to do things faster. Like ordering an Uber where I don't have to physically pay a taxi. Those are really cool. Luxuries autonomous vehicles are going to provide us with some really cool luxuries. You're going to have the ability to wear instead of going to a store you'll. Hit a button on your phone and a small little cart will show up in front of your house. Your town house, wherever it may be, and you can pick a pair of shoes off the side of that vehicle that you want. I mean, it's, it's cool technology, but as an enthusiast, you will never see a day when all traditional combustion vehicles, that are driven by humans are limited from the road. It's not gonna happen. Hang on. In the next what hanging, there was a cat? In the next fifty to one hundred years, there, too many vehicles on the road. Okay. Mic. We've got this on tape now I'm going to be like ninety eight years old. I'm going to be stricken to a wheelchair and a bed and suddenly, they're going to outlaw, the gas combustion cars. I'm gonna find you Mike. And I'm gonna make you those words. Okay. So that's a second Joe that the whole secondary conversation where we going with technology blood is the best technology in the marketplace. Everyone wants to say it's say it's electric I disagree. I think it's a combination of the two. I think it's utilizing the incredible combustion engine, which we have mating it with an electric hybrid mode, or so that you can get the best of all worlds, and that, that's what that where you can get five hundred six hundred seven hundred eight hundred miles per gallon is when you take the best of both worlds and you bring them together. Maybe we'll be moving more towards more reliance on, on electric city, which is a whole separate discussion. on power plants that create the electricity and what does that mean for the infrastructure and the grid there are all these different conversations that are happening in the auto industry right now but i can tell you with certainty the gas combustion engine isn't going anywhere just yet i'm mike and speaking about gas prices we just got this word that oil prices have jumped six percent since president trump said that iran made a very big mistake by shooting down a u._s. drone so for for those who think that you know that's not an american issue it's not american problem that it is i've been but as our our oil prices everything will go up now but six percent jump just now as president trump says iran made a very big mistake mike can hang on one more one more segment here Can we're talking to Mike cuddle? He is a National Transportation expert. He is the president of driven three sixty. You can follow him, Mike underscore caudill. C A. U D. I L L on Twitter and coming up next here on the Brian Kilmeade show. We're going to talk a little bit more about the future of transportation in America. Are you are you afraid of us? I'm not afraid of autonomous cars. I'm unafraid of computer driven cars. I just wanna make sure that I always have freedom. I, I want to be able to drive where I wanna go when I want to go and not have to be restricted by what the government says I can or cannot do win. I want to do it. We'll continue with more of your phone calls straight ahead at eight six six four zero eight seven six six nine I'm Joe Kelley. You're listening to the Brian Kilmeade show..

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"caudill" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Want truth, you demand. This is the Brian Kilmeade show happening right now, President Trump is, in fact meeting at this hour with palm peyot and defense. Secretary Shanahan and national security advisor Bolton on the Iranian tensions. They are meeting right now at the White House that meeting, we're told got underway, about thirty five minutes ago, and they are discussing what kind of reaction if any should the United States have for Iran, after they shot down, one of our surveillance drones and unarmed drone overnight, probably while everybody was sound asleep as when that happened our time here in the states, the drone was a huge drawn. If you don't, if you didn't catch the details on this, the type of, drone that was shot down has a wingspan that is actually wider than most Boeing seven thirty sevens. The body isn't as being, but the wingspan is as big as Boeing seven thirty-seven now speaking about. Transportation, I want to shift gears here a little bit and bring on our expert here. Mike caudill. National Transportation expert and Mike. We've had a raging discussion here in Florida about autonomous vehicles and I thank you for joining me here on the Brian Kilmeade show and second, if you could bring everybody speed. Why Florida is suddenly talking a lot about autonomous vehicles? Right. Well, good morning, Joe. And I appreciate you having me on today. You know, it's really an instinct situation, and it's not just in Florida. It's really nationwide. Right now. Florida has a Bill that was signed by governor Santos it's Florida. H Phil house, Bill three eleven and it's basically helping lift some restrictions on the ability for companies to come in and test out a ton vehicle without a human occupant inside that vehicle. Now, California has been trying to blaze that path for the last few years with Thomas vehicles, working with companies like Uber and Waymo to allow these vehicles to be tested, but just north of you guys up in Georgia Peachtree, Peachtree corners, Georgia, day, Ocoee, having incubator where vehicles are currently being tested autonomously in the marketplace. The concern with the Florida Bill, and, and frankly nationwide is that you really need governmental oversight. And I'm not a fan of government intervention and everything. But when it comes to Thomas vehicles, you're, you're really pitting, the human against the computer on roads where it becomes a danger and that Bill is going to do, it's going to allow companies to come in and compete multi billion dollar game of autonomous technology, and it's really going to jeopardize, unless they're working within a confined environment, which is the hope. Right. The, the Bill is very vague as. I'll be working with it. Confined space. They're going to work within a confined space inside fencing GOP sucker so that people can these the without human error. Right. One of the ideas would be that you would create a, a roadway or perhaps a lane that runs parallel does some of the major roadways, maybe it would just be a lane actually, of I four where they would just kind of cone that off and say that's the autonomous vehicle lane. And all of the human vehicle lanes are the other lanes. Yeah. So here's the problem with that is that you're talking about creating more infrastructure. Right. And where's that money going to come from its tax paying dollars? They're going to come in and participate.

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"caudill" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Dresses, the New Yorker everywhere by designing solution, driven pieces for the moments when real life and style intersect. Demand. This is the Brian Kilmeade show happening right now, President Trump is, in fact meeting at this hour with Pompeo and Defense, Secretary Shanahan, and national security advisor Bolton on the Iranian tensions. They are meeting right now at the White House that meeting, we're told got underway, about thirty five minutes ago, and they are discussing what kind of reaction if any should the United States have for Iran, after they shot down, one of our surveillance drones and unarmed drone overnight, probably while everybody was sound asleep as when that happened our time here in the states. The drone was a huge drought. If you don't, if you didn't catch the details on this, the type of, drone that was shot down has a wingspan that is actually wider than most Boeing seven thirty sevens. The body isn't as being, but the wingspan is as big as Boeing seven thirty seven. Now, speaking about transportation, I want to shift gears here a little bit and bring on our expert. Here. Mike caudill. National Transportation expert and Mike. We've had a raging discussion here in Florida about autonomous vehicles and I thank you for joining me here on the Brian Kilmeade show and second, if you could bring everybody speed. Why Florida is suddenly talking a lot about autonomous vehicles? Right. Well, good morning, Joe. And I appreciate you having me on today. You know, it's really an interesting situation, and it's not just in Florida. It's really nationwide right now. Florida has a Bill that was signed by governor to Santos it's Florida, h Bill house, Bill three eleven and it's basically helping lift some restrictions on the ability for companies to come in and test out a Taunus vehicle without human occupant inside that vehicle. Now, California has been trying to blaze that path for the last few years with autonomy vehicles working with companies like Uber and Waymo to allow these vehicles to be tested, but just north of you guys up in Georgia Peachtree, Peachtree corners, Georgia, they actually have an incubator where vehicles are currently being tested autonomously in the marketplace. The concern with the Florida Bill, and, and frankly nationwide is that you really need governmental oversight. And I'm not a fan of government intervention in everything. But when it comes to Thomas vehicles, you're, you're really pitting human against the computer on roads where it becomes a danger. And that's what this Bill is going to do. It's gonna allow companies to come in and compete with multi billion dollar game about Thomas technology, and it's really going to jeopardize, unless they're working within a confined environment, which is the hope right? The Bill is very vague. Yeah. It's be working with a confined space. They're gonna work within a confined space inside fencing geofencing sucker so that people can test these the without human error. One of the ideas would be that you would create a roadway or perhaps a lane that runs parallel to some of the major roadways, maybe it would just be a lane actually, if I four where they would just kinda cone that off and say that's the autonomous vehicle lane. And all of the human vehicle lanes are the other lanes. Yeah. So here's the problem with that is that you're talking about creating more infrastructure. Right. And where's that money going to come from its tax paying dollars? They're gonna come in and participate.

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"caudill" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You represented the best of America, and millions of your fellow citizens admire respect you, and I just wanna thank you all for your. Selfless commitment to this country. The president made is remarkable presenting the commander in chief Stroh fee to West Point black knights football team, the government opening an investigation into reports of airbag trouble on some some of Mazda's largest SUV's the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it received two complaints that the side curtain airbags on some CX nine can inflate for no reason owners told the agency the left and right airbags went off while the SUV's were moving and four people were hurt the probe covers about one hundred twelve thousand six nine from twenty ten through twenty thirteen model years no recall, but the agency says investigators will figure out how often the problem happens and what's at risk on. Jan johnson. Arlington officials pushing for more enforcement to catch told sheters on I sixty six if you have to pay forty five bucks to drive on sixty six mornings cheater should have to as well. But his transportation Commissioner, Audrey Clement. Points out there were seven hundred and two HOV citations basically for a year. So that would be three per day Commissioner, Chris let says it's simply unfair. Violators are slowing down legitimate HOV drivers, they are driving up the costs of people who are legally paying the tolls. Feed odds. David caudill admits we're not catching everyone by no means he says dot intrinsic are working on better electronic surveillance. John Matthews on WMA, Ellen WMA WFAN dot com and has a new Royal baby. This is a couple that wants to do things in their own way that modern couple but also these notes to tradition as well. So we did see the full amount announcement as well on these little on the full coat of Buckingham Palace, which is very traditional. So that trying to balance things lots of excitement about the pictures when they come out that won't be in front of a big Bank of cameras just a sills camera. Video camera on the reporter keeping things tight allowing this new families get to know each other before the public has to see them properly. Correspondent max foster Meghan, Harry. Having a little boy, wwl, traffic and weather next. Something happened that you've got to here. And local weekdays three. This seems remarkable. How this debate is going Liri O'Connor show. Hi, larry..

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"caudill" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Hundred dollars for a day at Disney, but do do me last salons people Rockefeller family of five you stayed at Disney hotel, and they give you like cheaper passes or they're included. Have you ever say the Disney hotel? Yes, when I went to Disney when I was very young. But I didn't I didn't inquire about a Hello. Dr Koss is work because I was more. We can sure I went to the one in Florida. So I I think that's DisneyWorld noble, which hotel or you don't remember it. So. Oh, I was a frequent ter-. I'm sure if anybody from Disney is listening here, we'd love to talk about like, mocking them. No. Like these days like the adult Disney. Fetish that's going on like in LA where all these bachelor people go to Disney, and now they served wine. So it's like even more normalized, but it's like literally people from the actor or like who don't have kids. So I'm not talking about like a man the sand. I'm talking about like Sheena is at DisneyWorld like once a week. Well, that's a lot of the like so weird too. Going to six flags. It's not nobody is because it's do she live there. She lives in LA. So she's going to Anaheim. It's four yet. But how for it's far to be going all the time. I'm saying is it is a more than two hours. I don't know. Because like if you just like a fan of roller coasters, and it's a little weird who's that? Okay. Like, I'm not a fan of roller coasters. But even if I was I think once a year, would suffice get my rabies allies it, thanks flogging. I could go with skiing once a year maybe twice. Yeah. Yeah. That is strange that she frequents. I'm not I'm not trying to think hard. She's the first person that comes to mind is like someone who's there all the time. And does I'm kids. You know, what we should take an adult trip to DisneyWorld? Now that Disney World is great. The problem is is that I went with quality. And she just like was not having it. She just didn't wanna go anywhere. She's like you went with Claudia for like a word. I tried to go with caudill. I know we went once we were in Orlando is like three years ago. We went for a day, and she's wasn't down. Yeah. I don't know. We just never got that bug. It's a little bit sadder like going back. Like, you have all these memories like little buzz light year. Right. But that's great. Yeah. Like NATs at this. Amazing. I've cut is this amazing place. I don't even remember all of the world's countries in in one park, the cuisine or SCO few blocks away to the UN. It's the same the same the same amount of congestion. Just okay. Without further ado, what is the time of the show where we just ask you everything. Everyone wants to know about you. Are you ready for that Mr. Keno by like this new name, I've dubbed you the Kito king? Oh, I thought you would like more. So it's good. It's good. It's more. I'm not really Kito king. I'm the. The Kita season keenum season. Yeah. Speaking of Kato season, make sure to get your Kito season merchant Kito, season dot com. This lovely is still available..

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"caudill" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on High Noon

"It is cool. But it ain't no Storrow Dell. And again, a liberty Vernon you're great. I'm pretty sure but waiting on somebody significant drink or L. It everybody. They hits you with. Whoa. These rumors that crazy. I can't help. But feel like those people were playing you. Reggie caudill Olivier Vernon like real Xs and os difference maker for a team that is on the rise. But he's I don't know. I wanna know don't but our first name instead Bo is Antonio Brown because according to Jerry dulack of the Pittsburgh post gazette Steelers were close to finalizing a trade with the bills when Brown indicated he would not report to buffalo traded there. Are you surprised by how much power Antonio Brown seemed to exercise here know, who who would be surprised by this demand that just did an interview in his palatial Florida's state explaining that he doesn't need football. He just plays because he wants to my surprise that. He said I don't want to go to buffalo no zero surprise whatsoever. In that. Now, I would assume that there will be something in place to make it costly prohibitive for him to just say, I'm not going to show up here. But no if he had any daylight whatsoever to stop and go into buffalo. Hell nice apprised of us. But man, can you imagine and Tonio Brown in buffalo catching passes or trying? To catch passes from Josh Allen. Because for all of the Mr. big chesty nece that Antonio Brown has established in the recent days. He's still is like the most precise and maybe best route runner in football. And just the idea of Josh Allen trying to throw the football over them mountains while this guy is just like I am right here that I missed that. That would have been fun to see here could Josh Allen. Because look you can put it here. And I don't know if Antonio Brown's best days or head of him behind him, whatever I'm inclined to think that they are behind how ever if Josh Allen couldn't figure out how to get the ball Antonio Brown. That would be a staggering indictment on him. And who will be the first person to indict them that guy right there? That's the grand jury. Yes. Yes. Antonio brown. Like he has powered here because he has the ability to make things messy. He has the ability to just not show up. And I think yes football sports in general, realizing they did operate under a certain presumption of etiquette and Antonio. Was willing to break..

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"caudill" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on KCRW

"At one point in this week down to minus sixty with the wind chill. Media tells us the real problem in far northern Canada isn't cold winters. It's warm summers up there, they build their houses and everything else on the permafrost. And the permafrost is melting in the last few years because of the hot hot summers we've been having a lot of permafrost has noted that causes huge cracks in the earth all around Hebron invade because we've been having hotter. Summers. Far west of Nunavut in Alaska. People are noticing a war. Warm winter Tim Marshall caudill helps organize the willow three hundred dogs sled race in willow. Alaska, the organizers had to cancel the this year because of unexpected rain cog don't wanna make sure mushers and dogs alike are safe, but he didn't make much of the rain. Alaska weather changes continuously deal with the weather on a weekly basis. It is what it is. And. And. It's usually one sure you've had KT us meteorologist Jacqui pursell on the other hand says at this week alone has had a striking difference in temperature. But she's been in the state for a while. Now, I also grew up in Anchorage, Alaska, I can truly say that you know, we used to walk through some very cold weather on their way to school you cannot count grinding a good snowpack for the entire winter season anymore and just this past winter our local ski resorts had to delay their opening because of an adequate snow cover so parts of Alaska are warmer than usual. And we know that much of the US is colder than normal. This is all about the out of whack polar vortex. I'm looking at a map showing temperature differences today across the whole world. And it is not what you expect. Jennifer.

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"caudill" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Hundred Ford Explorer sports, the with four hundred plus horsepower. And then you have autonomy and electrification it's it's really like yin and Yang right now in the industry. So you've got Nissan with their leaf, it has the extended pack on it. But you know, that I'm standing right next to the Ford Explorer right now, it's one of the vehicles are going to be talking about on air today. And that's you know, the S T and hybrid. So it's like America's number one selling SUV of all time, and they're projecting the thing to have four hundred horsepower. But it also be hybrid, and it will have five hundred miles a combined range. So you have performance in hybrid all in one vehicle. Wow. Where where is it in terms of popularity the electric vehicle these days? Yeah. So the electric vehicle is really picking up steam, the key to electric vacation is getting it to an affordable price point. So there are a variety of vehicles on the market that have that electrification technology. A Nissan showed off an all new concept vehicle called the IMF. And it's it's like a sport version of an electric vehicle. So it'll be autonomous. It will also be electric and it'll have four hundred and eighty three horsepower. So you're starting to see this trend of electric occasion, meaning horse power and Nissan doing it with that. I m s and I'll I'll share one other one with you talking about autonomous and electric 0 showed off yesterday their new inspiration. And this is a mid size SUV concept. It'll be autonomous and it'll be electrified. And it's really a futuristic look at what 0 vehicles will look like down the road. So so you really have the full range of electrification and autonomous on display here with words power as well, a price you these things expected to be. Well with you have the new vehicles on site here on the auto show floor a lot of these vehicles are coming with pricing yet. So let's explore pricing hasn't been announced. But you can always look look for it to be in that same range the current vehicle on the road. So you'll be looking in the thirty thousand dollar category. Now when you talk about a tournament and electric vacation it really just depends on what the vehicle is. So a tesla is a seventy eighty ninety thousand dollar vehicle. A Nissan leaf is significantly less than that. Right. It'll be a thirty thousand dollar vehicle, and then you you can look at, you know, even vehicle that are down the pipeline or been in the pipeline like the Ford cenex energy, which although they aren't making any more than twenty three thousand dollar electrified vehicles. So you see all kinds of ranges here on the show floor for speak with my caudill auto experts. He's live this morning with us from the Detroit auto show. Are we talking about fully autonomous when you say autonomous? Yeah. We're talking about level one two and three and that's. Very limited autonomy. So lane departure warning adaptive cruise control front crash avoid to things like Toyota guardian four point, oh, which was debuted at CAS last week and being showcased here on a Lexus vehicle, and that's at three hundred sixty degree monitoring system where when you're driving down the road. The vehicle will speed up and slow down for you and the steering wheel will turn you away from accident. Donate prevent they plan plan, and then prevent accidents and the vehicle will control it for, you know, German automakers at that show is less interesting. This year. It, you know, you have to look at this show from a market standpoint Ford has obviously a reason to have a big display here as the General Motors and Chrysler for the German automakers a little bit more difficult little more problematic. This market share for them in the Michigan area because of the two week show opened the consumers, they don't have that big market demand here like they do in California and in New York, but the you know, the Japanese companies they have a big presence here. So like yesterday the all new Toyota Supra was announcing that vehicle hasn't been on the road twenty one years. So it's a three hundred and thirty five horsepower sports car, so retro is also a theme here in Detroit as well. Very good. So this is the last one in January for the Detroit auto show moving to June next year. Will you miss who you miss Detroit in January? I will not man I live in I live in San Diego. I'm ready for the warm weather. You know when we're not on the auto show floor. I'm going to be in flip flops in the Hawaiian shirt on very good. Thanks for a few minutes. Nice talking to you. Mike caudill auto expert with us live this morning from the Detroit auto show. It is twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's.

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"caudill" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"So it's the with four hundred plus worse fire, and then you have autonomy and electrification it's it's really like yin and Yang right now in the industry. So you've got Nissan with their leaf, it has extended pack on it. But you know, I'm standing right next to the Ford Explorer right now, it's one of the vehicles are going to be talking about on air today. And that's you know, the ST and hybrid. So it's like America's number one selling SUV of all time, and they're projecting the thing to have four hundred horsepower. But it also be hybrid, and it will have five hundred miles combined range. So you have performance in hybrid all in one vehicle. Wow. Where where is it in terms of popularity the electric vehicle these days? Yes. So the electric vehicle is really picking up steam, the key to electrification is getting it to an affordable price point. So there are a variety of vehicles on the market that have that electrification type technology by Nissan showed off an all new concept vehicle called the IMF, and it's like a sport version of an electric vehicle. So it'll be autonomous. It will also be electric and it'll have four hundred and eighty three horsepower. So you're starting to see this trend of electrification meaning horse power and Nissan doing it with that. I m s and I'll share one other one with you talking about autonomous and electric 0 showed off yesterday their new inspiration. And this is a mid size SUV concept. It'll be autonomous and it'll be electrified. And it's really a futuristic look at what 0 vehicles will look like down the road. So so you really have the full range of electrification and Thomas on display here with worst power as well, a price you these things expected to be. Well with have the new vehicles on site here on the auto show floor a lot of these vehicles are coming with pricing yet. So let's explore pricing hasn't been announced. But you can always look look for it to be in that same range is the current vehicle on the road. So you'll be looking in the thirty thousand dollar category. Now when you talk about a tournament and electrification it really just depends on what the vehicle is. So a tesla is a seventy eighty ninety thousand dollar vehicle. A Nissan leaf is significantly less than that. Right. It'll be a thirty thousand dollar vehicle, and then you can look at, you know, even vehicles that are down the pipeline or been in the pipeline like the Ford Cemex energy, which although they aren't making any more than twenty three thousand dollar electrified vehicles. So you see all kinds of ranges here on the show floor for speak with my caudill auto experts. He's live this morning with us from the Detroit auto show. Are we talking about fully autonomous when you say autonomous? Yeah. We're talking about level one two and three and that's. Very limited autonomy. So lane departure warning adaptive cruise control front crash avoid to things like Toyota guardian four point, oh, which was debuted at CAS last week and being showcased here on a Lexus vehicle, and that's a three hundred sixty degree monitoring system where when you're driving down the road. The vehicle will speed up and slow down for you and the steering wheel will turn you away from accident. So they prevent they plan plan in them prevent accidents, and the vehicle will control it for, you know, German automakers at that show is it less interesting this year. You know, you have to look at this show from a market standpoint Ford has obviously a reason to have a big display here as the General Motors and Chrysler for the German, automakers a little bit more difficult little more problematic. This market share for them in the Michigan area because there's a two week show opened the consumers, they don't have that big market demand here like they do in California and in New York, but you know, the Japanese companies they have a big presence here. So like yesterday the all new Toyota Supra was announced in that vehicle hasn't been on the road in twenty one years three hundred and thirty five horsepower sports car so retro is also a theme here in Detroit as well. Very good. So this is the last one in January for the Detroit auto show moving to June next year. Will you miss? Julia miss Detroit in January, I will not man I live in I live in San Diego. I'm ready for the warm weather is. You know, when when we're not on the auto show floor. I'm going to be in flip flops in a Hawaiian shirt on very good. Thanks for a few minutes. Nice talking to you. Might caudill auto expert with us live this morning from the Detroit auto show. It is twenty minutes now in front of the hour.

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"caudill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Four explorer sports, so DSP with four hundred plus horsepower. And then you have autonomy electrification. It's it's really like yin and Yang right now in the industry. So you've got Nissan with their leaf, it has extended pack on it. But you know, I'm standing right next to the Ford Explorer right now, it's one of the vehicles are going to be talking about on air today. And that's the S T and hybrid. So it's like America's number one selling SUV of all time, and they're projecting the thing to have four hundred horsepower. But it also be hybrid, and it will have five hundred miles a combined range. So you have performance in hybrid all in one vehicle. Wow. Where where is it in terms of popularity the electric vehicle these days? Yes. So the electric vehicle is really picking up steam, the key to electric vacation is getting it to an affordable price point. So their vehicles on the market that have that electrification technology Nissan showed off an all new concept vehicle called the IMF. And it's it's like a sport version, an electric vehicle. So it'll be autonomous. It will also be electric and it'll have four hundred eighty three horsepower. So you're starting to see this trend of electrification meaning horse power and Nissan doing it with that. I m s and I'll share one other one with you talking about autonomous and electric 0 showed off yesterday their new Q x inspiration. And this is a midsize SUV concept. It'll be autonomous and it'll be electrified. And it's really a futuristic look at what 0 vehicles will look like down the road. So so you really have the full range of electrification Thomas on display here with worst power as well a pricier. These things expected to be my. Well, what do you have the new vehicles on site here on the auto show floor? A lot of these vehicles aren't coming with pricing yet so explorer pricing hasn't been announced, but you can always look look for it to be in that same range is the current vehicle on the road. So you'll be looking in the thirty thousand dollar category. Now when you talk about a tournament and electric vacation it really just depends on what the vehicle is. So a tesla is seventy eighty ninety thousand dollar vehicle. A Nissan leaf is significantly less than that. Right. It'll be a thirty thousand dollar vehicle, and then you you can look at, you know, even vehicles that are down the pipeline or been in the pipeline like the Ford Cemex energy, which although they are making that vehicle anymore than twenty three thousand dollars electrified vehicles. So you see all kinds of Rangers here on the show floor for speak with my caudill auto experts. He's live this morning with us from the Detroit auto show. Are we talking about fully autonomous when you say autonomous? Yeah. We're talking about level one two and three and that's. Very limited autonomy. So lane departure warning adaptive cruise control from crash avoid to things like Toyota's guardian. Four point, oh, which was debuted at CAS last week and being showcased here on a Lexus vehicle, and that's three hundred sixty degree monitoring system where when you're driving down the road. The vehicle will speed up and slow down for you and the steering wheel will turn you away from accident. So they prevent they plan plan in them prevent accidents and the vehicle control it for, you know, German automakers at that show is it less interesting this year. You know, you have to look at this show from a market standpoint Ford has obviously a reason to have a big display here as the General Motors and Chrysler for the German automakers a little bit more difficult a little more problematic. This market share for them in the Michigan area because of the two week show opened the consumers, they don't have that big market demand here like they do in California and New York, but the you know, the Japanese companies they have big presence here. So like yesterday the all new Toyota Supra was announced in that vehicle hasn't been on the road in twenty one years three hundred thirty five horsepower sports car so retro is also a theme here in Detroit as well. Very good. So this is the last one in January for the Detroit auto show moving to June next year. Will you miss? Julia miss Detroit in January, I will not man I live in I live in San Diego. I'm ready for the warm weather. You know, when when we're not on the auto show floor. I'm going to be in flip flops in a Hawaiian shirt on very good. Thanks for a few minutes. Nice talking to you. Might caudill auto expert with us live this morning from the Detroit auto show. It is twenty minutes now in front of the hour.

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"caudill" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on KTRH

"Hundred Ford Explorer sport, so TST with four hundred plus horsepower. And then you have autonomy and electrification it's it's really like yin and Yang right now in the industry. So you've got Nissan with their leaf, it has extended pack on it. But I'm standing right next to the Ford Explorer right now, it's one of the vehicles are going to be talking about on air today. And that's you know, the S T and hybrid. So it's like America's number one selling SUV of all time and they're projecting. This thing to have four hundred horsepower. But it also be hybrid, and it will have five hundred miles combined range. So you have performance in hybrid all in one vehicle. Wow. Where where is it in terms of popularity the electric vehicle these days? Yes. So the electric vehicle is really picking up steam, the key to electrification is getting it to an affordable price point. So there are a variety of vehicles on the market that have that electrification technology by Nissan showed off an all new concept vehicle called the IMF. And it's it's like a sport version, an electric vehicle. So it'll be autonomous. It will also be electric and it'll have four hundred and eighty three horsepower. So you're starting to see this trend of electric vacation meaning horse power and Nissan doing it with that I m s and I'll share one other one with you talking about autonomous and electric in showed off yesterday their new inspiration. And this is a mid size SUV concept. It'll be autonomous and it'll be electrified. And it's really a futuristic look at what 0 vehicles will look like down the road. So so you really have the full range of electrification and Thomas on display here with worst power as well a pricier. These things expected to be. Well, what do you have the new vehicles on site here on the auto show floor? A lot of these vehicles are coming with pricing yet. So let's explore pricing hasn't been announced. But you can always look look for it to be in that same range is the current vehicle on the road. So you'll be looking in the thirty thousand dollar category. Now when you talk about a tournament and electrification it really just depends on what the ical is. So a tesla is a seventy eighty ninety thousand dollars vehicle. A Nissan leaf is significantly less than that. Right. It'll be a thirty thousand dollar vehicle, and then you you can look at, you know, even vehicles that are down the pipeline or been in the pipeline like the Ford Cemex energy, which although they aren't making any more than twenty three thousand dollar electrified vehicles. So you see all kinds of ranges here on the show floor speak with my caudill auto experts. He's live this morning with us from the Detroit auto show. Are we talking about fully autonomous when you say autonomous? Yeah. We're talking about level one two and three and that's. Very limited autonomy. So lane departure warning adaptive cruise control from crash avoided to things like Toyota's guardian. Four point. Oh, which was debuted at CAS last week and being showcased here on a Lexus vehicle, and that's at three hundred sixty degree monitoring system where when you're driving down the road. The vehicle will speed up and slow down for you and the steering wheel will turn you away from accident. So they prevent they plan plan, and then prevent accidents and the vehicle will control it for, you know, German automakers at that show is it less interesting this year. It, you know, you have to look at this show from a market standpoint Ford has obviously a reason to have a big display here as the General Motors and Chrysler for the German automakers a little bit more difficult little more problematic. This market share for them in the Michigan area because of the two week show opened the consumers, they don't have that big market demand here like they do in California and in New York, but the you know, the Japanese companies they have a big presence here. So like yesterday the all new Toyota Supra was announcing that vehicle hasn't been on the road in twenty one years. So it's three hundred and thirty five horsepower sports car, so retro is also a theme here in Detroit is well, very good. So this is the last one in January for the Detroit auto show moving to June next year. Will you miss? Julia miss Detroit in January, I will not man I live in I live in fan Diego. I'm ready for the warm weather. You know, when when we're not on the auto show floor. I'm going to be in flip flops in a Hawaiian shirt on very good. Thanks for a few minutes. Nice talking to you. Mike caudill auto expert with us live this morning from the Detroit auto show known formerly as the national international automotive show. It.

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"caudill" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Hundred and Ford Explorer sport, so DSP with four hundred plus horsepower. And then you have autonomy and electrification it's really like yin and Yang right now in the industry. So you've got Nissan leaf it has the extended pack on it. But you know, I'm standing right next to the Ford Explorer right now, it's one of the vehicles are going to be talking about on air today. And that's you know, the S T and hybrid. So it's like America's number one selling SUV of all time and they're projecting. This thing to have four hundred horsepower. But it also be hybrid, and it will have five hundred miles a combined range. So you have performance in hybrid all in one vehicle. Wow. Where where is it in terms of popularity the electric vehicle these days? Yeah. So the electric vehicle is really picking up. Steam Mckee to electrification is getting it to an affordable price point. So there are a variety of vehicles on the market that have that electrification type technology by Nissan showed off an all new concept vehicle called the IMF. And it's it's like a sport version, an electric vehicle. So it'll be autonomous. It will also be electric and it'll have four hundred and eighty three horsepower. So you're starting to see this trend of electrification meaning horse power and Nissan doing it with that. I m s and I'll share one other one with you talking about and electric 0 showed off yesterday their new x inspiration. And this is a mid size SUV concept. It'll be autonomous and it'll be electrified. And it's really a futuristic look at what 0 vehicles will look like down the road. So so you really have the full range of electrification tournaments on display here with worst power as well a pricier. These things expected to be. Well with the new vehicles on site here on the auto show floor a lot of these vehicles are coming with pricing yet. So this explorer pricing hasn't been announced, but you can always look look for it to be in that same ranges, the current vehicle on the road. So you'll be looking in the thirty thousand dollar category. Now when you talk about a tournament and electrification really just depends on what the vehicle is. So a tesla is a seventy eighty ninety thousand dollar vehicle. A Nissan leaf is significantly less than that. Right. It'll be a thirty thousand dollar vehicle, and then you you can look at, you know, even vehicles that are down the pipeline or been in the pipeline like the Ford max energy, which although they are making that coining more than twenty three thousand dollar electrified vehicles. So you see all kinds of ranges here on the show floor for speaking with my caudill auto experts. He's live this morning with us from the Detroit auto show. Are we talking about fully autonomous when you say autonomous? Yeah. We're talking about level one two three. And that's. Very limited autonomy. So lane departure warning adaptive cruise control from crash avoid to things like Toyota guardian four point, oh, which was debuted at CAS last week and being showcased here on a Lexus vehicle, and that's at three hundred sixty degree monitoring system where when you're driving down the road. The vehicle will speed up and slow down for you and the steering wheel will turn you away from accident. So they prevent they plan plan, and then prevent accidents and the vehicle will control it for, you know, German automakers at that show is less interesting. This year. You know, you have to look at this show from a market standpoint Ford has obviously a reason to have a big display here as the General Motors and Chrysler for the German, automakers a little bit more difficult little more problematic. This market share for them in the Michigan area because of the two week show opened the consumers, they don't have that big market demand here like they do in California and in New York, but the you know, the Japanese companies they have a big presence here. So like yesterday the all new Toyota Supra was announcing that vehicle hasn't been on the road in twenty one years. So it's a three hundred and thirty five horsepower sports car, so retro is also a theme here in Detroit as well. Very good. So this is the last one in January for the Detroit auto show moving to June next year. Will you miss who you miss Detroit in January? I will not man I live in I live in San Diego. I'm ready for the warm weather. You know, when when we're not on the auto show floor. I'm going to be in flip flops in the Hawaiian shirt on very good. Thanks for a few minutes. Nice talking to you. Might caudill auto expert with us live this morning from the Detroit auto show known formerly as the national international automotive show. It is twenty minutes.

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"caudill" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hundred and Ford Explorer sport, so DSP with four hundred plus horsepower. And then you have autonomy and electrification it's it's really like yin and Yang right now in the industry. So you've got Nissan with their leaf, it has extended pack on it. But I'm standing right next to the Ford Explorer right now, it's one of the vehicles are going to be talking about on air today. And that's you know, the S T and hybrid. So it's like America's number one selling SUV of all time, and they're projecting a thing to have four hundred horsepower. But it also be hybrid, and it will have five hundred miles a combined range. So you have performance in hybrid all in one vehicle. Wow. Where where is it in terms of popularity the electric vehicle these days? Yeah. So the electric vehicle is really picking up steam, the key to electrification is getting it to an affordable price point. So there are a variety of vehicles on the market that have that electrification type technology by Nissan showed off an all new concept vehicle called the IMF. And it's it's like a sport version, an electric vehicle. So it'll be autonomous. It will also be electric and it'll have four hundred and eighty three horsepower. So you're starting to see this trend of electrification meaning horse power and Nissan doing it. But that I m s and I'll share one other one with you talking about autonomists and electric pity showed off yesterday their new inspiration. And this is a mid size SUV concept. It'll be autonomous and it'll be electrified. And it's really a futuristic look at what 0 vehicles will look like down the road. So you really have the full range of electric vacation and autonomous on display here with horsepower as well. A pricier these things expected to be. Well with the new vehicles on site here on the auto show for a lot of these vehicles are coming with pricey yet. So let's explore pricing hasn't been announced. But you can always look look for it to be in that same range is the current vehicle on the road. So you'll be looking in the thirty thousand dollar category. Now when you talk about a tournament and electrification really just depends on what the vehicle is. So tesla is a seventy eighty ninety thousand dollars vehicle. A Nissan Lee is significantly less than that. Right. It'll be thirty thousand dollar vehicle, and then you you can look at vehicle that are down the pipeline or been in the pipeline like the Ford cenex energy, which although they aren't making according to more than twenty three thousand dollar electrified vehicles. So you see all kinds of ranges here on the show floor for speaking with my caudill auto experts. He's live this morning with us from the Detroit auto show. Are we talking about fully autonomous when you say autonomous? Yeah. We're talking about level one you two and three and that's. Very limited autonomy. So lane departure warning adaptive cruise control front crash avoid to things like Toyota guardian four point, oh, which was debuted at CAS last week and being showcased here on a Lexus vehicle, and at that three hundred sixty degree monitoring system where when you're driving down the road vehicle will speed up and slow down for you, and the steering wheel will turn you away from accidents prevent they plan plan, and then prevent accidents and the vehicle control it for, you know, German automakers at that show is it less interesting this year. You know, you have to look at this show from a market standpoint Ford has obviously a reason to have a big display here as the General Motors and Chrysler for the German, automakers a little bit more difficult little more problematic. This market share for them in the Michigan area because there's a two week show opened the consumers, they don't have that big market demand here like they do in California and in New York, but you know, the Japanese companies they have a big presence here. So like yesterday the all new Toyota Supra was announcing that vehicle hasn't been on the road in twenty one years. So it's a three hundred and thirty five horsepower sports car, so retro is also a theme here in Detroit as well. Very good. So this is the last one in January for the Detroit auto show moving to June next year. Will you miss? Julia miss Detroit in January, I will not man I live in I live in San Diego. I'm ready for the warm weather. You know when we're not on the auto show floor. I'm going to be in flip flops in a Hawaiian shirt on very good. Thanks for a few minutes. Nice talking to you. Mike caudill auto expert with us live this morning from the Detroit auto show known formerly as the national international automotive show. It is twenty minutes now.

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"caudill" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Now for a live update from auto expert. Mike caudill who's on the show floor. Mike. Good morning. I feel like these have become more like technology shows lately, what has stood out so far. Well, I'll tell you what. And good morning. Thanks for having me on. You know, what here's what's really crazy about the auto industry right now. You have a clear line in the sand. You have a ton of horsepower here at the at the North American International auto show horsepower ram twenty five hundred and Ford Explorer sports ESE with four hundred horsepower. And then you have autonomy and electrification it's it's really like yin and Yang right now in the industry. So you've got Nissan with their it extended pack on it. But you know, I'm standing right next to the Ford Explorer right now, it's one of the vehicles are going to be talking about on air today. And that's you know, the S T and hybrid. So it's like America's number one selling at UVA of all time, and they're projecting the thing to have four hundred horsepower. But it also the hybrid, and it will have five hundred miles a combined range. So you have performance in hybrid all in one vehicle. Wow. Where where is it in terms of popularity the electric vehicle these days? Yeah. So the electric vehicle is really picking up steam, the key to electrification is getting it to an affordable price point. So there are vehicles on the market that have that electrification type technology by Nissan showed off an all new concept vehicle called the IMF. And it's like a sport version, an electric vehicle. So it'll be all tournament. It will also be electric it'll have four hundred and eighty three horsepower. So you're starting to see this trend of electric occasion. Meaning horsepower and Nissan doing it with that. I m s and I'll share one other one with you talking about autonomous and electric in penalty showed off yesterday their new inspiration. And this is a mid size SUV concept. It'll be autonomous and it'll be electrified. And it's really a futuristic look at what 0 vehicles will look like down the road. So so you really have the full range of electric -cation an autonomous on display here with power as well pricier. These things expected to be. Well, what do you have the new vehicles on site here on the auto show floor? A lot of these vehicles are coming with pricing yet. So this explorer pricing hasn't been announced, but you can always look look for it to be in that same range McCartney vehicle on the road. So you'll be looking in the thirty thousand dollar category. Now when you talk about autonomous and electric vacation. It really just depends on what the vehicle is. So a tesla is a seventy eighty ninety thousand dollar vehicle. A Nissan leaf is significantly less than that. Right. It'll be eight thirty thousand dollar vehicle, and then you you can look at, you know, even vehicles that are down the pipeline or been in line like the Ford cenex energy, which although they are vehicle anymore at twenty three thousand dollars electrified vehicles. So you see all kinds of ranges here on the show floor for speaking with my caudill auto experts. He's live this morning with us from the Detroit auto show. Are we talking about fully autonomous when you say autonomous? Yeah. We're talking about level one two and three and that's. Larry limited autonomy. So lane departure warning adaptive cruise control front crash avoided to things like Toyota's guardian. Four point. Oh, which was debuted at sea ES last week and being showcased here on a Lexus vehicle, and that that three hundred sixty degree monitoring system where when you're driving down the road, the vehicle speed up and slow down for you and the steering wheel will turn you away from accident. Donate prevent they plan. Planning and prevent accidents and the control it for, you know, German automakers at that show is less interesting. This year. You know, you have to look at this show from a market standpoint Ford has obviously a reason to have a big display here as the General Motors and Chrysler for the German, automakers a little bit more difficult a little more problematic than market share for them in the Michigan area because of the to show opened the consumers, they don't have that big market demand here like they do in California and in New York, but the you know, the Japanese companies they have a big presence here. So like yesterday the all new Toyota Supra was announcing that vehicle haven't been on the road in twenty one years three hundred and thirty five horsepower sports car so retro is also a theme here in Detroit as well. Very good. So this is the last one in January for the Detroit auto show moving to June next year. Will you miss who you miss Detroit in January? I will not man I live in I live in San Diego. I'm ready for the warm weather. You know, when when we're not on the auto show floor. I'm going to be in flip flops in. Yeah. The Hawaiian very good. Thanks for a few minutes. Nice talking to you might call L auto expert with us live this morning from the Detroit auto show known formerly as the national international automotive show. It is twenty minutes now in front of the hour on.

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"caudill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"So it's the S with four hundred plus horsepower. And then you have autonomy and electrification it's it's really like yin and Yang right now in the industry. So you've got Nissan with their lethal. Extended pack on it. But you know, I'm standing right next to the Ford Explorer right now, it's one of the vehicles are gonna be talking about on air today. And that's you know, the S T and hybrid. So it's like America's number one selling SUV of all time and they're projecting. The thing to have four hundred horsepower. But it also be hybrid and five hundred miles a combined range. So you have performance in hybrid all in one vehicle. Wow. Where where is it in terms of popularity the electric vehicle these days? Yeah. So the electric vehicle is really picking up steam, the key to electrification is getting it to an affordable price point. So there are a variety of vehicles on the market that have that electrification type technology Nissan showed off an all new concept vehicle called the IMF. And it's it's like a sport version of an electric vehicle. So it'll be autonomous. It will also be electric and it'll have four hundred and eighty three horsepower. So you're starting to see this trend of electrification meaning horse power and Nissan doing it with that. I m s and I'll share one other one with you talking about contests and electric 0 showed off yesterday their new inspiration. And this is a mid size SUV concept. It'll be autonomous and it'll be electrified. And it's really a futuristic look at what 0 vehicles will look like down the road. So so you really have the full range of electrification and economists on display here with worst power as well, a price you these things expected to be. Well, what do you have the new vehicles on site here on the auto show for a lot of these vehicles are coming with pricing yet. So this explorer pricing hasn't been announced, but you can always look look for it to be in that same range is the current vehicle on the road. So you'll be looking in the thirty thousand dollar category. Now when you talk about a ton amount and electric -cation. Really just depends on what the vehicle is. So a tesla is a seventy eighty ninety thousand dollar vehicle. A Nissan leaf is significantly less than that. Right. It'll be a thirty thousand dollar vehicle, and then you you can look at you know, even that are down the pipeline or been in the pipeline like the Ford c max energy, which although they aren't making any more than twenty three thousand dollar electrified vehicles. So you see all kinds of ranges here on the show floor for speaking with my caudill auto experts. He's live this morning with us from the Detroit auto show. Are we talking about fully autonomous when you say autonomous? Yeah. We're talking about level one two and three and that's. Very limited autonomy. So lane departure warning adaptive cruise control front crash avoid to things like Toyota guardian four point, oh, which was debuted at CAS last week and being showcased here on a Lexus vehicle, and that's a three hundred sixty degree monitoring system where when you're driving down the road. The vehicle will speed up and slow down for you and the steering wheel will turn you away from accident. So they prevent they plan plan, and then prevent accidents and the vehicle control it for, you know, German automakers at that show is less interesting. This year. You know, you have to look at this show from a market standpoint Ford has obviously a reason to have a big display here as the General Motors and Chrysler for the German automakers a little bit more difficult a little more problematic. This market share for them in the Michigan area because of the two week show opened the consumers, they don't have that big market demand here like they do in California and in New York, but you know, the Japanese companies they have a big presence here. So like yesterday the all new Toyota Supra was announcing that vehicle hasn't been on the road in twenty one years a three hundred and thirty five horsepower sports car, so retro is also a theme here in Detroit is well, very good. So this is the last one in January for the Detroit auto show moving to June next year. Will you miss? Julia miss Detroit in January, I will not man I live in I live in San Diego. I'm ready for the warm weather. You know when we're not on the auto show floor. I'm going to be in flip flops in a Hawaiian shirt on very good. Thanks for a few minutes. Nice talking to you. Mike caudill auto expert with us live this morning from the Detroit auto show known formerly as the national international automotive show. It is twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first.

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"caudill" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Crews will be working on a manhole in the northbound lanes of the twenty eight hundred block of random and roadways expected to be closed until five o'clock this afternoon. A detour we'll be in place Cumberland county Christian school teacher accused of sex sting. Student is out of a job. Deputies arrested. Forty year old Loretta Nelson last week for allegedly sexting and kissing a fourteen year old boy liberty Christian academy. She was charged with electronic solicitation of a minor sexual exploitation of a minor and was sent to jail and thirty five thousand dollars bond. Nelson could've been thirty years in prison. If convicted on all charges of Fayetteville teacher is accused of. Of hitting a student. Thirty-seven-year-old? April caudill is accused of assaulting a handicapped person court papers say she hit a ten year old special needs student twice at j w Coon elementary school. Caudillo suspended with pay in vases assault charges. The PD is investigating the shooting of a student just after he was dropped off the school bus yesterday afternoon. One witness reported hearing a half dozen shots when the student was hit at timber book. Drive into ski road was reported to be in the hospital now with serious injuries. Folks in Wake County are angry because county commissioners, what to sell off an old golf course. That was supposed to become a park the one hundred forty three acre property known as the crooked creek park. And if you crave arena was purchased by the county in June yesterday. Commissioners voted for two three declaring the parcel of land surplus property. Stay connected followers on social media. Go to one oh, six one FM talk dot com to connect..

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"caudill" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"caudill" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Contest that's change through two hundred two hundred borough will be closed for repair works day. Crews will be working on a manhole in the northbound lanes of the twenty eight hundred block of random and roadways expected to be closed until five o'clock this afternoon. A detour will be in place. Cumberland county Christian school teacher accused of sex thing. A student is out of a job. Deputies arrested. Forty year old Loretta Nelson last week for allegedly sexting and kissing a fourteen year old boy at liberty Christian academy. She was charged with electronic solicitation of a minor sexual exploitation of a minor and was sent to jail and thirty five thousand dollars bond. Nelson could've been thirty years in prison. If convicted on all charges, a Fayetteville teacher is accused of hitting a student. Thirty-seven-year-old? April caudill is accused of assaulting a handicapped person court papers say she hit a ten year old special needs student twice at j w Coon elementary school caudillos suspended with pay in faces assault charges. The PD is investigating the shooting of a student just after he was dropped off the school bus yesterday afternoon. One witness reported hearing a half dozen shots when the student was hit at timber book drive into ski road. It was reported to be in the hospital now with serious injuries. Folks in Wake County are angry because county commissioners, what to sell off an old golf course. That was supposed to become a park the one hundred forty three acre property known as the crooked creek park in grave arena was purchased by the county in June yesterday. Commissioners voted for two three declaring the parcel of land surplus property. Stay connected followers on social media. Go to when I was six one FM talk dot com.

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