Tag: Industry

Stellantis Announces They Will Be Forming Their Own Design Studio

Stellantis has announced the formation of the new Stellantis Design Studio, a creative agency that will provide design services for companies dealing with everything from transportation, to industrial, to manufacturing, and more. The new studio looks to build on the current Peugeot Design Lab’s nine years of experience and over 120 collaborations, as well as […]

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GM Drops Second-Row Heated Seats In Some Sierra/Silverado Pickups

Update (July 26, 4:11 PM): GM responded to our inquiry confirming the change and offering more details about which trims would by affected and why. The text has been altered to reflect the new information. Some GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado pickup trucks will have to go without the heat seating option for their second-row […]

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Lucid’s Bid To Go Public With SPAC Hits Stumbling Block In Shareholder Meeting

The deal to take Lucid Motors publid has hit a stumbling block after it failed to get enough support from investors during a recent shareholder meeting. Churchill Capital IV, a special purpose acquisition company, intends on merging with Lucid to take the electric car manufacturer public. On Thursday, it held a vote for investors to […]

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The 10 Millionth Kentucky-Made Toyota Camry Rolled Off The Line Today

After 35 years in operation, Toyota’s first fully-owned plant in North America just reached a pretty impressive milestone. The plant built its 10 millionth Camry today. One of America’s best-selling vehicles of all time, the Camry in question was an SE model finished in white with a black interior. You’ve got to respect Toyota for making […]

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Lightyear One Electric Sedan To Be Produced By Valmet Automotive

The Lightyear One will hit the production line thanks to contract manufacturer Valmet Automotive. Valmet Automotive is one of the world’s largest automotive contract manufacturers and currently builds the Mercedes-Benz A-Class and GLC-Class at its facility in Uusikaupunki, Finland. In a statement, Lightyear says it spent more than a year finding the perfect production partner […]

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Toyota Cancels 2020 Olympics-Related TV Ads As Games Become Increasingly Unpopular

Toyota is trying to distance itself from the increasingly unpopular 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games and will pull its related TV commercials in Japan. “The Olympics is becoming an event that has not gained the public’s understanding,” a Toyota spokesperson told Japan’s Yomiuri newspaper Monday. They added that CEO Akio Toyoda and other senior executives will […]

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