Behind the Wheel of the All-new 2021 Nissan Armada — Plus First Test: Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid

How car dealers are changing before our eyes - interview with digital motors' CEO Andreas Hinrichs on the future of auto retailing

Nissan has made big changes to its 2021 Armada full-size sport utility vehicle, and we’ll tell you all about them in our comprehensive road test.  Better looking and more sophisticated. And we’ll tell you more.

We also road test the 2021 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid. It’s not a name that on everyone’s lips, but will it pass our rigorous tests that include children in booster seats? We’ll give you the definitive word.

This week our in-depth interview is with Andreas Hinrichs, CEO of a company called Digital Motors that has set out to revolutionize auto retailing. Can the car dealership of the future offer you an online experience that is the equal of Apple or Amazon? Will you actually enjoy visiting a dealership in the years ahead? Hinrichs will tell host Jack Nerad about that and much, much more.

In the news segment, we explore the fact that during the COVID-19 pandemic electric cars have gained major ground in Europe and we’ll say a find goodbye to a famed Volkswagen model that you’ll have a hard time believing is departing from the U.S.

The 2021 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid doesn’t wear its hybrid credentials on its sleeve, but it acts the part.

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