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Wireless Wednesday Live: Brian Moody, Autotrader from NY Auto Show

Brain Moody from Autotrader joins Rick from the New York International Auto Show.

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Car lovers are gearing up for The New York International Auto Show which kicks off at the end of the month in New York City. The NYIAS showcases the latest innovations in automobile trends with more than 700 automobiles on display. It’s truly a car lovers paradise.


What consumers can expect to see at this year’s show – the big reveals and the latest trends?

What’s new in automotive?

The latest in automotive hybrids and advancements in electric vehicles.

Are electric vehicles and hybrids a continuing trend and are there any other trends that are surprising you this year?

Has automotive pricing leveled out?

Can you share any big reveals?

What’s the coolest thing you’ve seen so far?

The New York International Auto Show is back and will highlight all the latest in the world of automotive. From new models and special editions to what’s new in electric vehicles, safety and technology advancements as well as a glimpse into the future vehicles. With more than 1,000 cars, trucks, and SUVs on display, there’s sure to be something for everyone!

Brian Moody, executive editor at Autotrader, gives an exclusive look at this year’s show.

Brian will discuss:

What consumers can expect to see at this year’s show – the big reveals and the latest trends

What’s new in automotive

The latest in automotive hybrids and advancements in electric vehicles

In the age of electrification, why hybrids may be the right choice

Brian Moody is Executive Editor for Autotrader, delivering timely, straightforward, unbiased automotive information to the site’s 17 million in-market shoppers. Brian manages all of Autotrader’s editorial content, including new and used car reviews, comprehensive auto show coverage, video reviews and car shopping tips and daily automotive news stories.

Brian has been an automotive journalist for more than 12 years, reporting for local and national radio, television, print and online outlets. For nearly a decade, Brian contributed new car reviews to KHTK radio in Sacramento, California and later wrote new car reviews and buying advice for several Los Angeles area community newspapers. He also served as Senior Automotive Editor and video producer at From a broadcast perspective, Brian created automotive and technology stories for Tech TV, served as a reporter for The World's Greatest Auto Shows on SPEED and regularly contributed automotive buying advice to CNBC's On the Money.

Brian has a degree in Radio and Television from California State University at Long Beach. He lives in Marietta, Georgia with his wife and two school-age children.


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