Flashpoint: Diving into what the future of buying a car could really look like

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The North American International Auto Show shifts gears dramatically. Can the show survive in the new world of mobility? What about auto dealers? What’s the future of buying a car?

DETROIT – The North American International Auto Show shifts gears dramatically.

Can the show survive in the new world of mobility? What about auto dealers? What’s the future of buying a car?

Jason Stein the host of Cars and Culture on Sirius XM and Carrie Way joined Flashpoint to dive into the future of American auto dealerships.

And for years, a great essay question for city planning students might be what do you do with I-375 in Detroit? Years ago, that highway carved up the areas known as black bottom and paradise valley. But now, federal money is coming to change it dramatically.

Related: Michigan gets funding to overhaul I-375, built over historic Detroit Black neighborhood

Stephen Henderson from Detroit Today on WDET and John Gallagher the longtime reporter for the Free Press who covered this matter extensively discusses the likelihood of what I-375 could be for Detroiters.

You can view the September 17, 2022 episode of Flashpoint in the video player above.


Breaking down what is new at the auto show with NAIAS executive director Rod Alberts

The Detroit Auto Show is a lot different this year to be a more hands-on interactive experience for attendees.

As car companies are evolving what about dealerships? What to know about EVs in the Detroit market

Jason Stein the host of Cars and Culture on Sirius XM and Carrie Way joined Flashpoint to dive into the future of American auto dealerships.

How federal money can impact the neighborhoods that I-375 overtook, future of Detroit freeways

Stephen Henderson from Detroit Today on WDET and John Gallagher the longtime reporter for the Free Press who covered this matter extensively discusses the likelihood of what I-375 could be for Detroiters.


About the Author:

Devin Scillian is equally at home on your television, on your bookshelf, and on your stereo. Devin anchors the evening newscasts for Local 4. Additionally, he moderates Flashpoint, Local 4's Sunday morning news program. He is also a best-selling author of children's books, and an award-winning musician and songwriter.