2023’s Best Podcasts for Automotive and Mobility Technology Suppliers

Updated April 28, 2023

With the wealth of information available out there, it’s sometimes hard to narrow down the best resources to help keep automotive and mobility technology supplier executives informed.

So, we’ve done some research and asked our clients and colleagues to help us come up with a list of top podcasts of value to automotive and mobility technology suppliers.

These podcasts range widely in length and in topic focus, but together they can help keep mobility and automotive technology supplier executives up to date on the latest industry news, trends and technologies in this ever-changing and competitive market.

Here are the top 18 podcasts we recommend for automotive supplier and mobility technology executives in North America:

The Headlight News: Hosted by automotive industry veteran Paul Eisenstein, publisher and editor-in-chief of, the weekly 10-minute podcast focuses on the biggest news and events about new vehicles, mobility, technology and trends, as well as cars reviews from writers and commentators with years of automotive industry experience and insights.

Autoblog: This hour-long podcast, hosted by Autoblog Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore and his editorial team, covers car reviews, auto show coverage and industry commentary – and everything in-between – each week in a wide-ranging podcast.

Autoline Daily: An 8-minute update on the latest developments in the global automotive industry, the newscast, hosted by auto journalist John McElroy, one of the industry’s most influential journalists and thought leaders, and his team, runs Monday through Friday and covers new cars, new technology and breaking business developments.

Automotive Insiders: A weekly 15-minute podcast, hosted by Jason Stein, features interviews with some of the industry’s key thought leaders and industry insiders and covers various industry topics, trends and projections that are impacting the future of automotive.

Automotive Insight: One-minute online segment (also broadcast weekdays on Detroit’s WWJ Newsradio 950) are hosted by John McElroy, one of the industry’s most influential journalists and thought leaders.

Automotive Views: Host Jamie Butters of Automotive News offers a one-minute update on innovations that are shaping the future of Detroit’s automotive industry.

Autonocast: A weekly 40-to-60-minute podcast featuring discussions on the latest in transportation technology by host and TechCrunch transportation Editor Kirsten Korosec, auto-tech writer Ed Niedermeyer and TV host/rally race driver/ex-Argo AI special operations director Alex Roy.

Auto Supply Chain Prophets Podcast: With a focus on global supply chain issues, this weekly podcast is co-hosted by Terry Onica and Cathy Fisher and guest hosted Jan Griffiths. Together, along with guests in the supply chain space, they examine the ways supply chain management has evolved and strategize how to meet the challenges the industry faces now, as well as those yet to come.

Cars & Culture with Jason Stein: A 50-minute weekly podcast hosted by SiriusXM host Jason Stein that covers unique stories from business leaders to automotive legends to bring automotive history to life and distill future trends.

Daily Drive: Hosted by Jamie Butters and Kellen Walker, this weekly podcast features industry experts, insiders and Automotive News reporters who discuss events and trends impacting and reshaping the automotive industry.

Eye on Engineering: A weekly one-minute update from Automotive Engineering magazine Senior Editor, Automotive & Electronic Technology, Chris Clonts, who talks extensively about vehicles, automotive technologies, manufacturing and more. You can also tune to hear it Mondays on WJR’s The Paul W. Smith Show. 15+ minute audio interviews by global auto consultant Ron Hesse with top auto executives from around the world on a wide range of manufacturing, sales, purchasing, HR, supply chain and other topics.

InsideEVs: A weekly 90-minute podcast hosted by Domenick Yoney and a cast of his fellow EV enthusiasts who discuss the biggest electric vehicle stories.

SAE Tomorrow Today: A weekly, nearly one-hour podcast, hosted by Grayson Brulte who talks with engineers, CEOs, strategists and subject-matter experts innovating mobility on the ground, in the air and everything in between.

SHIFT: A weekly 40-minute Automotive News podcast focused on mobility, where host Pete Bigelow takes an optimistic, yet skeptical eye at new tech and business models planned for the auto industry.

S&P Global Mobility Minute: A source with quick one-minute updates and insights on critical areas that shape today’s automotive industry and business landscape. You can also tune in to hear it Wednesdays on WJR’s The Paul W. Smith Show.

The Automotive Leaders Podcast: Every two weeks Gravitas Detroit President & Host Jan Griffiths welcomes executives, entrepreneurs and innovators in the field for long-form interviews. These deep dives are followed by shorter, solo episodes in which she deconstructs leadership lessons from the interview and provides actionable tips to help transform leadership skills to meet the challenges of tomorrow.

Wheel Bearings: A weekly 90 minute+ podcast is the intersection of cars, mobility and technology, and led by industry veterans with diverse perspectives, including auto tech industry analyst Sam Abuelsamid and freelance auto journalists Nicole Wakelin and Roberto Baldwin.

Happy listening!

Interested in seeing what made the list in 2022? Check it out here.

If you have a favorite podcast to add, please comment below.

Author: Jaclyn Bussert

Jaclyn is a senior account executive at Bianchi PR with 11 years of B2B PR experience assisting and supporting our account teams in a variety of public relations activities.

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