It’s time again for L2Tidings, where you can check out what our automotive marketing specialists have been reading over the past week. This week, we read about brand new wooden vehicles, Twitter’s recent ban on campaign ads, and one city’s war on cars.
AR tops list of tech that makes users view a brand as innovative, study says. According to a recent study conducted by YouGov, almost half of consumers want to see augmented reality technology make shopping more interactive. Learn how this can happen by clicking above.
Mind-Boggling! This Supercar-Looking NCV Concept Is Made From Wood. With the help of 22 companies, universities, and research institutes, Japanese engineers have successfully crafted a Nano Cellulose Vehicle (NCV) made primarily out of wood. Click the photo to check it out.
Twitter bans political ads ahead of 2020 election. This week, Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee saying that the social media platform will not allow campaign ads to be run on its site. Learn how other social media platforms are responding above.
Cities declare war on cars as more auto bans stop traffic. New York City is the newest city to restrict road access to personal cars to pave the way for more sustainable forms of public transportation. Click the photo to read how locals are responding.
Elevating digital marketing experiences in the business 4.0 era. By tapping into personal consumer data and implementing new technology like artificial intelligence and machine learning, marketers can boost customer interaction success and subsequent purchase rates. Check out these helpful tips for transforming digital marketing experiences.
Volkswagen will unveil new ID electric car concept at Petersen Auto Museum. On November 19, Volkswagen will reveal its new ID electric car concept as part of its “Building an Electric Future” exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum. Get a sneak peek by clicking the photo above.