2011: The Auto Industry Looks Ahead

Detroit several steps back from the brink; increased focus on electric components; oil consumption still down from 2008

Monday, January 03, 2011

Paul Eisenstein, publisher of TheDetroitBureau.com, joins us with his predictions for the auto industry in 2011. "Barring a huge and fast runup in fuel prices, most people are predicting that this is going to be a pretty darn good year," says Eisenstein. The year also looks to be particularly good for Detroit and the Big Three. Meanwhile, rising fuel prices may also create a bigger market for electric cars.

Guests:

Paul Eisenstein

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