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Connecting You to What's Next

AutoBeat's Gary Vasilash and Craig Bierley discuss the unprecedented changes happening in the automotive industry and the latest changes right here at AutoBeat.


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The premiere of the all new AutoBeat Magazine is right around the corner. Designing an all new magazine with a more direct focus and a sleeker design has been a real labor of love, and we’re so excited to reintroduce ourselves to you.

In our conversations around AutoBeat Magazine, we wanted to make sure we were focused on answering one big question when it comes to the automotive industry – What’s Next?

You may be wondering how we’re going about investigating and answering such a big question, which is a fair question. Our own Gary Vasilash and Craig Bierley sat down to have a conversation about AutoBeat’s new direction and the future of automotive.

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AutoBeat Magazine covers the ideas and innovations shaping the future of automotive. We talk to the designers, engineers and executives developing and executing the latest advancements in this industry to bring you the answers to What’s Next?

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