Self-driving cars and the future of the auto industry with Markus Leithe
Welcome back to the Esquire Q&A Podcast.
We've brought the release of Season 3 up by popular demand, to give podcast subscribers something new to listen to while 3 billion people around the world self-isolate.
Expect a new episode each week, with an entirely new roster of interesting guests that represent both style and substance - two traits that we here at Esquire hold most dear. As per usual, we'll be sitting down with a man or woman who exhibits those traits, and today is no different.
In the hotseat today is Markus Leithe, the marketing manager of Infiniti Middle East.
He is in charge of driving - quite litrally - Infiniti's performance here in the region. He brings more than 20 years of automotive experience to the job, having previously worked for another motoring stalwart: General Motors.
In this week's podcast we talk about where the car industry is going - from both a design and a technological standpoint - as well as the elephant in the room, what the coronavirus might mean for the wider industry in general.
You can listen to the full episode below (or subscribe via your podcast app of choice):
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