Paul A. Eisenstein is publisher of The Detroit Bureau. He has more than 30 years of experience covering the auto industry for a broad range of print, broadcast, and electronic media.
Autonomous cars may well upend how you work—and where your customers want to live.
New programs allowing drivers to swap out vehicle models several times through the year may increase your options for doing business on the road.
The most popular vehicle type for real estate practitioners is on the outs, but new and improved SUVs may take its place, offering space and style for the modern agent.
Fuel economy and engine performance aren’t the only things to consider when mulling a switch from a gas-powered vehicle. New hybrid models may help you get to and from appointments and showings much quicker.
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Whether you want to exude luxury or chic practicality, explore the newest models and how they can help you drive your business forward.
Next year’s vehicle lineup introduces new safety features, autonomous driving capability, and improved fuel economy—all of which affects how you interact with clients in the car.
New safety, comfort, and entertainment features will give clients the feeling of upscale travel in your backseat.
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As autonomous vehicles prepare to go mainstream, the way people live and work stands to face major changes. And that could flip the dynamics of your local housing market.
Advancements in connected and autonomous vehicles may completely change your ability to interact with customers while you’re driving them around.
Makers of sports cars are putting their spin on utility vehicles, which means real estate pros can get more space without sacrificing style.
Options for battery- and electric-operated vehicles are about to widen, giving you more incentive to show your customers you live their green philosophy.
With a goal of zero highway deaths in the near future, automakers are developing technologies that could keep you and your clients safer when you’re out house hunting.
Plug-in vehicles are going mainstream as more companies bring ecofriendly models to the forefront.
The downsizing trend is officially over as automakers return to the SUVs and utility vehicles that became popular before the economic downturn.
The newest vehicles are making inroads toward a driverless, fully connected experience behind the wheel, but that could introduce a new set of problems for motorists.
The auto market is getting more crowded with new brands and models. That may make for a tougher decision when buying, but it means you can get just what you want.
Automakers are set to develop a technology system that would allow cars to “talk” to each other.
High-end features adorn the latest models, as automakers use new technologies to woo buyers.
Completely autonomous driving is still years away, but early versions are coming soon.
Battery operated vehicles have been lagging in popularity, but newer versions could change that.
Autonomous driving — where the car, not the driver, is in control — may still be a few years away. But many cars already have options to make your trip much safer.
Sleek new crossover designs are raising eyebrows and becoming the fastest-growing segment in the U.S. automotive market.