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TrueCar President: Automakers Must Become More Flexible

“My concern is automakers may not have the flexibility they need if things should shift very, very quickly,” Krafcik told reporters after addressing a luncheon of the Automotive Press Association at the Detroit Athletic Club. “As an industry, we become comfortable with our product portfolio. The reality is, these companies have to be thinking ahead 10 years about different scenarios.”

The Detroit News | November 5, 2014

October 2014 Auto Sales: Low Gas Prices Produce High Truck And SUV Sales

TrueCar reports that incentives are up 2% from the same month last year, but in an interview with Automotive News, Larry Dominique, executive vice president of TrueCar, described the situation as “manageable” for automakers and dealers.

J.D. Power Automotion | November 4, 2014

VW Joining With Fiat Chrysler Would Be ‘Brilliant’ Idea, Krafcik Speculates

“There is room to create one guy which will be bigger,” he said in an interview. “The industry needs it, as it’s still very fragmented.”

Automotive News | November 4, 2014

Banner Revenue Year Predicted for Auto Industry

Revenue rather than sheer volume “is the right way of looking at it,” says TrueCar President John Krafcik.

WardsAuto | November 4, 2014

VW Combining With FCA Would Be `Brilliant,’ Krafcik Says

Combining Fiat Chrysler with VW is “just such a natural possibility,” Krafcik said. “It makes so much sense.”

Bloomberg | November 4, 2014

GM’s sales up 0.2%; Chrysler up 21.7%; Ford falls 1.7%

California-based TrueCar said average selling prices were up nearly $800 over the same time a year ago, and incentive spending by automakers was up 2.2 percent.

The Detroit News | November 4, 2014

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