The week brought several novelties within the automotive industry as reported NacionRPM.com. Next, the most relevant ...
STELLANTIS. Appointed as new Chief Technology Officer Ned curic, who is currently vice president of Alexa Automotive at Amazon. Curic will start in office on August 30 and will report to the CEO of Stellantis, Carlos Tavares. Manage all information technology resources of the group.
PARIS HALL. It will reopen its doors between the October 17 and 23, 2022 after two years of absence marked by the coronavirus pandemic. It will be framed within Paris car week, which is completed with the Equip Auto, from October 18 to 22. Everything at the fairgrounds Paris Expo Porte of Versailles.
VOLKSWAGEN. Will stop producing the model Passat at its US plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, starting next year. This decision is part of the company's plan to build electric vehicles in said factory.
ROLLS-ROYCE. He presented the Landspeed Collection. Based on the models Dawn y Wraith Black Badge pays tribute to the captain George Eyston, which in the 30s broke several speed records with a prototype called Thunderbolt It mounted two V12 aircraft engines developed by the British company.
PORSCHE. He partnered with the startup Zync, a San Francisco, United States-based passenger experiences company that offers new digital in-car entertainment services such as video streaming, gaming and e-commerce.
TESLA. Elon Musk has returned to support the Bitcoin stating that it is likely that in the future the American brand of electric vehicles will accept these virtual currencies as a method of payment for their cars.
MERCEDES-BENZ. He presented his comprehensive plan to accelerate your commitment to the electric vehicle. Will invest more than 40.000 millones de euros between 2022 and 2030 for this purpose. The brand confirmed that it will be ready to only sell 100% electric models by the end of the current decade, "Provided that market conditions allow it", which is why it has indicated that all the architectures it launches will be electric from 2025.