Women in the driver’s seat for auto sales, marketing

CHICAGO — Historically the auto industry was more of a boys club with engineers big on engines, speed and wheels. But that changed this last decade with not only more women in the driver's seat but making 85 percent of all car buying decisions.

WGN’s Erin Ivory took a spin around the Chicago Auto Show to see how car companies have responded.

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