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Historia de Aragón
Diario Económico – 10/11/2022 - Lancia Ypsilon. ¿Próximo modelo en Stellantis Figueruelas?

Historia de Aragón

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 13:23


El Lancia Ypsilon eléctrico será el nuevo modelo que salga de las puertas de Stellantis en Figueruelas en 2024. Lo dice hoy El Periódico de Aragón. Analizamos esta noticia hablando con el autor de la información, Jorge Heras y con la secretaria de la Federación de Industria de Comisiones Obreras Aragón, Ana Sánchez. En nuestro consultorio hoy respondemos a la pregunta: Si cambio las condiciones de mi hipoteca ¿Mantengo la deducción por compra de primera vivienda? Lo responde Jesús Lorente de Seico Consultores.

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand
Car Care Show PODCAST 11.12.22 - What To Do If You Hit A Deer This Season

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 43:01


Good Saturday morning! Dustin Atwood and Sarah Myers talk about a variety of topics in the automotive industry, including: A deer decided to hit Sarah's vehicle and tear up the front end. Sarah and Dustin talk through what to do if you have an accident and need to pull over to the side of the road. What happens after you hit a deer. Sarah talks insurance, body shops, and automotive repairs. Dodge and Chrysler parent Stellantis has issued a stop-drive order for owners of four models equipped with Takata airbags. Stellantis said the warning affects the 2005-2010 Dodge Magnum, Challenger, Charger and the Chrysler 300 sedan. A first-time EV owner is sharing a ‘cautionary tale' after it took 15 hours to drive 178 miles.

Talking Mopars
Episode 153: The Project Cars At The Strip Challenge

Talking Mopars

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 70:36


On this episode we go back to the old format with Project Car(s) Of The Week, Hi-Performance Parts, and Listener stories! To close out the show I talk about the latest challenge I accepted, the current plan for my new Road Runner project, and Musclecars At The Strip 2023 including my special involvement in the event. Enjoy! NO MOPAR LEFT BEHIND! →Website: TalkingMopars.com →Facebook: facebook.com/TalkingMoparsPodcast →Instagram: instagram.com/TalkingMoparsPodcast →Talking Mopars Merch: talkingmopars.creator-spring.com →The Talking Mopars Channel Home Page: youtube.com/talkingmoparspodcast →Affiliates: talkingmopars.com/p/affiliates/  *If you enjoyed this podcast, be sure to subscribe to the Talking Mopars YouTube channel, as well as the Talking Mopars Podcast on your favorite podcast listening app to get the latest episodes as they are released.* Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on Talking Mopars are those of the host, and/or guest(s), and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any party not present, or directly involved in this video/podcast. Any content provided by Talking Mopars, or guest(s) of Talking Mopars, are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual or anyone or anything. Due to factors beyond the control of Talking Mopars, Talking Mopars cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Talking Mopars assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Talking Mopars recommends safe practices when working on vehicles, and/or with the tools and products seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Talking Mopars, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, products, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user, and not Talking Mopars. Talking Mopars is not affiliated with Stellantis in any way. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Mopar, HEMI, and SRT are registered trademarks of Stellantis.

Arbitrage - Learning to Trade

It's Fall Down Friday, Elon figuring out ban reversal and Stellantis says don't drive older Dodges. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/arbitrage. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Automotive News Weekend Drive
November 3, 2022 | NADA CEO Mike Stanton; Stellantis revenue jumps

Automotive News Weekend Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 19:00


November 3, 2022 | NADA CEO Mike Stanton; Stellantis revenue jumps by Automotive News

Watchdog on Wall Street
Fed Follies.

Watchdog on Wall Street

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 32:40


Jay Powell and the Fed don't get it. Softball questions and useless data. More volatility and harder landing. Government Shakedown 101. US looking into Twitter deal. Stellantis on raw material inflation. The Lukoil loopholes. CNBC cancels Shepard Smith. 401k plans to allow for Crypto…God help us. Lyft layoffs. HR fears. Biden fears the Dark Side of the Force. The UK is pathetic. We don't trust you…show us the video. Where is Batman?

Automotive Insight
Auto Insight: Chinese car market booming, but foreign automakers are uneasy

Automotive Insight

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 1:07


Despite a booming Chinese car market, foreign automakers are uneasy due to political strain. Stellantis for instance, will be exporting cars to China rather then build them there. WWJ's John McElroy has more. 

AP Audio Stories
Stellantis: Park older models due to 3 Takata air bag deaths

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 0:59


AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports on Air Bag Deaths recall.

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast
Euro Market Open: Wall St. pressure reverberated into APAC post-Powell; BoE & ISM services ahead

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 6:55


US stocks ultimately suffered notable losses after markets saw a dovish reaction to the Fed statement but a hawkish one during Powell's presserFOMC hiked rates by 75bps as expected and noted the Fed will take into account "the cumulative tightening of monetary policy, the lags with which monetary policy affects economic activity and inflation, and economic and financial developments"Fed Chair Powell during the presser suggested they still have some ways to go and data suggests the ultimate level of rates will be higher than previously expectedAPAC stocks were mostly lower; US equity futures eked mild gains overnight but with the recovery insignificant compared to the sell-off triggered by Fed Chair PowellOvernight, DXY retreated beneath the 112.00 level following the tumultuous post-FOMC fluctuations, 10yr UST futures were stuck around the prior day's lowsLooking ahead, highlights include Swiss CPI, EZ Unemployment, US IJC, Composite/Services PMI (Final), Factory Orders & ISM Services, Norges Bank & BoE Policy Announcements, Speeches from BoE's Bailey & Mann, ECB's Lagarde, de Cos, Panetta & Elderson, Supply from Spain & FranceEarnings from Rolls-Royce, Sainsbury's, ING, BNP, Stellantis, Euronext, ConocoPhillips, Starbucks, PayPal & ModernaClick here for the Week Ahead previewRead the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk

Automotive News Weekend Drive
October 31, 2022 | Stellantis buyouts; Hireology CEO Adam Robinson

Automotive News Weekend Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 15:36


October 31, 2022 | Stellantis buyouts; Hireology CEO Adam Robinson by Automotive News

Autoline Daily
AD #3438 - OEMs Prepare for Possible Recession; Foreign Automakers Uneasy in China; Jeep and Toyota SEMA Concepts

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 10:34


- OEMs Prepare for Possible Recession- China Auto Industry Back to Boom Times- Foreign Automakers Uneasy in China- China Faces Possible EV Price War- Jeep and Ram Unleash SEMA Concepts- Toyota Pumps SEMA Performance into Supra, 86 and GR Corolla- Jeep Crowd-Sources New Name for New Jeep- Ford and GM Struggle to Meet IRA EV Incentives- Car Prices Start to Ease--Somewhat- Porsche Subscriptions Only Gets 2,000 Subscribers

Crain's Daily Gist
11/01/22: Landlords sweating over mortgage payments

Crain's Daily Gist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 19:16


Crain's commercial real estate reporter Alby Gallun talks with host Amy Guth about how rising interest rates impact commercial properties and landlords. Plus: A look at early voter turnout, Illinois' bioscience sector grows on key metrics, U.S. Steel sees demand drop as Ukraine war rages on and Stellantis offers buyouts to salaried workforce members over age 55.

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3438 - OEMs Prepare for Possible Recession; Foreign Automakers Uneasy in China; Jeep and Toyota SEMA Concepts

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 10:33


- OEMs Prepare for Possible Recession - China Auto Industry Back to Boom Times - Foreign Automakers Uneasy in China - China Faces Possible EV Price War - Jeep and Ram Unleash SEMA Concepts - Toyota Pumps SEMA Performance into Supra, 86 and GR Corolla - Jeep Crowd-Sources New Name for New Jeep - Ford and GM Struggle to Meet IRA EV Incentives - Car Prices Start to Ease--Somewhat - Porsche Subscriptions Only Gets 2,000 Subscribers

Talking Mopars
Episode 152: My EPIC Mopar Road Trip Adventure!

Talking Mopars

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 32:08


This episode is a recap of the EPIC Mopar road trip adventure I took down to Oregon to visit Wildcat Auto Wrecking and take a private tour of The Brothers Collection! Enjoy! NO MOPAR LEFT BEHIND! →Website: TalkingMopars.com →Facebook: facebook.com/TalkingMoparsPodcast →Instagram: instagram.com/TalkingMoparsPodcast →Talking Mopars Merch: talkingmopars.creator-spring.com →The Talking Mopars Channel Home Page: youtube.com/talkingmoparspodcast →Affiliates: talkingmopars.com/p/affiliates/  *If you enjoyed this podcast, be sure to subscribe to the Talking Mopars YouTube channel, as well as the Talking Mopars Podcast on your favorite podcast listening app to get the latest episodes as they are released.* Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on Talking Mopars are those of the host, and/or guest(s), and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any party not present, or directly involved in this video/podcast. Any content provided by Talking Mopars, or guest(s) of Talking Mopars, are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual or anyone or anything. Due to factors beyond the control of Talking Mopars, Talking Mopars cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Talking Mopars assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Talking Mopars recommends safe practices when working on vehicles, and/or with the tools and products seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Talking Mopars, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, products, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user, and not Talking Mopars. Talking Mopars is not affiliated with Stellantis in any way. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Mopar, HEMI, and SRT are registered trademarks of Stellantis.

MotorWeek
Special Guest, Your Drive’s Daniel Maffett! Plus Stellantis’s Hurricane I-6 Engine & Hyundai Kona N

MotorWeek

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022


Focus economia
A Ravenna ok bipartisan al rigassificatore

Focus economia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022


Dal consiglio comunale di Ravenna è arrivato un ok bipartisan al progetto del rigassificatore galleggiante che sarà ancorato al largo della costa. Ieri sera, infatti, il consiglio comunale ha approvato il progetto sia con i voti della maggioranza (Pd, Pri e sinistra) sia dell'opposizione (Lega, Fdi, M5s) con un solo astenuto di una lista civica. "Il consiglio comunale - dice il sindaco Michele de Pascale - ha dimostrato un grande senso di responsabilità per sostenere famiglie e imprese in questo momento di pesante crisi energetica. Fondamentali per noi sono stati i pareri positivi forniti dagli enti preposti su sicurezza degli impianti, della navigazione e tutela ambientale. Un esempio più unico che raro in Italia. Ringrazio la maggioranza che, seppur in un pluralismo di posizioni, ha votato compatta e anche le minoranze che hanno sostenuto il progetto. Continueremo a lavorare nei prossimi giorni per arrivare all'autorizzazione da parte del Commissario Bonaccini e alla definizione di mitigazioni, compensazioni e ristori. Ravenna è la capitale energetica italiana e farà la propria parte su Fsru, produzione nazionale, captazione della Co2 e grandi investimenti sulle rinnovabili". Ne parliamo proprio con Michele De Pascale, sindaco di Ravenna e presidente dell'Unione province d'Italia. Tavares: solo elettrico dal 2035 è socialmente ingestibile Lunedì 17 ottobre scorso, all'apertura del Salone Mondiale dell'Auto di Parigi l'A.D. di Stellantis Carlos Tavares ha detto che «la decisione dogmatica che è stata presa di vendere solo auto elettriche dal 2035 in Europa ha conseguenze sociali ingestibili». Tavares parla di «pragmatismo» per evitare che si arrivi a perdere dei posti di lavoro. Una sua prima proposta è sulla direttiva Euro 7 sui motori, che abbassa ancora i livelli di emissioni, per l'ad di Stellantis "va cancellata". Bisogna invece proseguire, secondo il numero uno di Stellantis, una politica europa di incentivi all'ibrido e gestire la concorrenza cinese sempre più preponderante. Approfondiamo il tema con Flavia Carletti di Radiocor. La crisi degli approvigionamenti per le aziende e la figura del Chief Procurement Officer Le difficoltà sul fronte degli approvvigionamentiche si sono manifestate in questo 2022 segnato dal conflitto russo-ucraino sta condizionando pesantemente le economie di tutto il mondo. L'impatto più devastante è certamente sentito dalle piccole e medie imprese che da un giorno con l'altro hanno dovuto reinventare le strategie per accaparrarsi le risorse necessarie. La figura professionale che più di tutte si è trovata in prima linea sotto questo "bombardamento" è quella del Responsabile Acquisti che ha l'esigenza di riposizionarsi il più velocemente possibile con il nuovo scenario. Ne parliamo con Fabio Zonta, Group Chief Procurement Officer di Engineering.

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
18 Oct 2022 | Briefly

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 4:16


➤ 2022 Paris auto show: Renault, Stellantis, Chinese brands dominate ➤ Paris Car Show Sheds Most International Input, But China Turns Up In Strength ➤ GWM Launches Two New Energy Models at Paris Motor Show ➤ Stellantis debuts electric Jeep, pledges new energy target ➤ BYD rolls into Europe's EV scene to take on VW and Tesla ➤ BMW CEO says brand still committed to build hydrogen cars ➤ TEASED: GMC Sierra EV Denali Will Be One Seriously Luxurious Electric Truck ➤ What it's like to drive a Lucid Air after its first major update ➤ Norway to slash pollution with the world's first zero-emissions public transport network

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
18 Oct 2022 | Paris Auto Show with EVs from Renault, Stellantis, Chinese brands

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 16:32


Show #1627 Good morning, good afternoon, and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily, you trusted source of EV information. It's Tuesday 18th October, it's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. The podcast this month is sponsored by &Charge. This week they have a high-level reward on IONITY chargers, meaning for answering 5 quick questions about the charge location your be paid 10km per station, 60km can be redeemed for £5 credits in Amazon vouchers or charging credits. Not only do you earn credits for taking part in the app but any challenge you solve at IONITY stations – even charger works perfectly or you detect an issue which will be reported  to IONITY for being repaired and its not just IONITY, so download the &charge app now 2022 PARIS AUTO SHOW: RENAULT, STELLANTIS, CHINESE BRANDS DOMINATE Original Source : https://europe.autonews.com/paris-auto-show/2022-paris-auto-show-renault-stellantis-chinese-brands-dominate PARIS CAR SHOW SHEDS MOST INTERNATIONAL INPUT, BUT CHINA TURNS UP IN STRENGTH Original Source : https://www.forbes.com/sites/neilwinton/2022/10/17/paris-car-show-sheds-most-international-input-but-china-turns-up-in-strength/?sh=6d7bc5663ef0 GWM LAUNCHES TWO NEW ENERGY MODELS AT PARIS MOTOR SHOW Original Source : https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/gwm-launches-two-new-energy-models-at-paris-motor-show-to-reach-the-electric-holy-grail-301650889.html STELLANTIS DEBUTS ELECTRIC JEEP, PLEDGES NEW ENERGY TARGET Original Source : https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/17/stellantis-debuts-electric-jeep-pledges-new-energy-target.html BYD ROLLS INTO EUROPE'S EV SCENE TO TAKE ON VW AND TESLA Original Source : https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Electric-cars-in-China/BYD-rolls-into-Europe-s-EV-scene-to-take-on-VW-and-Tesla BMW CEO SAYS BRAND STILL COMMITTED TO BUILD HYDROGEN CARS Original Source : https://www.bmwblog.com/2022/10/18/bmw-committed-to-hydrogen-cars/ TEASED: GMC SIERRA EV DENALI WILL BE ONE SERIOUSLY LUXURIOUS ELECTRIC TRUCK Original Source : https://carbuzz.com/news/teased-gmc-sierra-ev-denali-will-be-one-seriously-luxurious-electric-truck WHAT IT'S LIKE TO DRIVE A LUCID AIR AFTER ITS FIRST MAJOR UPDATE - While the Air's driving dynamics are top-notch and the design has been praised, there have been reports of laggy elements plaguing the infotainment system. - With Lucid UX 2.0, the automaker is hoping to squelch those issues with nearly a complete rewrite of the vehicle's software. Original Source : https://www.engadget.com/lucid-air-ux-update-video-170046384.html Introducing Lucid UX 2.0 Original Source : https://www.lucidmotors.com/media-room/introducing-lucid-ux-2 NORWAY TO SLASH POLLUTION WITH THE WORLD'S FIRST ZERO-EMISSIONS PUBLIC TRANSPORT NETWORK Original Source : https://www.euronews.com/green/2022/10/14/zero-emissions-public-transport-network-could-be-a-reality-in-oslo-by-end-of-2023 TESLA LAUNCHES HOME CHARGING STATION THAT WORKS WITH OTHER ELECTRIC CARS  Original Source : https://electrek.co/2022/10/17/tesla-launches-home-charging-station-works-other-electric-cars/ QUESTION OF THE WEEK QOTW is taking a break for a while. Email your answers to: hello@evnewsdaily.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK OCTOPUS ELECTRIC UNIVERSE - GLOBAL PUBLIC CHARGING MADE SIMPLE WITH ONE APP AND ONE MAP. MILLBROOKCOTTAGES.CO.UK – 5* LUXURY COTTAGES IN DEVON, JUMP IN THE HOT TUB WHILST YOUR EV CHARGES

Focus economia
Lavoro, rallentano le assunzioni e le aziende fanno fatica a trovare lavoratori qualificati

Focus economia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022


Sono 477mila le assunzioni di personale programmate dalle imprese per ottobre e 1,2 milioni quelle per il trimestre ottobre-dicembre, con una flessione rispetto all'anno precedente del 5,4% nel mese (-27mila lavoratori) e del 10,4% nel trimestre. È il risultato delle difficoltà legate al caro energia "Ma c'è un altro problema da evidenziare: non si trovano più le figure professionali - sottolinea Andrea Prete, presidente di Unioncamere -. Mancano dai pasticceri ai cuochi e dipende da vari fattori, non solo quello economico, perché se così fosse avremmo un riequilibrio dal mercato, invece mancano proprio le figure professionali perché c'è disallineamento formativo e calo demografico". Ne parliamo proprio con Andrea Prete, presidente di Unioncamere, e Francesco Seghezzi, direttore fondazione ADAPT, centro studi su lavoro e occupazione fondato da Marco Biagi. Non si ferma l inflazione, a settembre +8,9% su base annua. E la povertà nel 2021 è ai massimi storici A settembre i prezzi al consumo segnano un aumento di tre decimi di punto su base mensile e un +8,9% su base annua contro il +8,4% di agosto. Si confermano così le stime preliminari dell Istat. Nel mese l inflazione di fondo, al netto degli energetici e degli alimentari freschi, accelera da +4,4% a +5% e quella al netto dei soli beni energetici da +5% a +5,5%. L inflazione acquisita per il 2022 è pari a +7,1% per l'indice generale e a +3,6% per la componente di fondo. I maggiori rincari coinvolgono la spesa alimentare che passa a +11,4% dal precedente +10,4% mentre i servizi ricreativi, culturali e per la cura della persona toccano il +5,7% dal +4,6%. Inoltre il nuovo Rapporto della Caritas italiana, diffuso oggi in occasione della Giornata internazionale di lotta alla povertà, certifica che nel 2021 la povertà assoluta conferma i suoi massimi storici toccati nel 2020, anno di inizio della pandemia da Covid-19. Le famiglie in povertà assoluta risultano 1 milione 960mila, pari a 5.571.000 persone (il 9,4% della popolazione residente). Approfondiamo il tema con Massimo Baldini, docente di Scienza delle Finanze presso l'Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia. L'allarme di Tavares: «L'Ue difenda i costruttori dall'assalto di Pechino» L'edizione 2022, la prima post pandemia, del salone di Parigi sarà ricordata non tanto per il ritorno della Renault 4 o il lancio della Jeep elettrica Avenger, quanto piuttosto per essere stata la prima vera rassegna internazionale dove si è vista tutta la potenza di fuoco dei costruttori cinesi con Byd in testa che sull elettrico hanno conquistato un vantaggio competitivo azzerando o quasi il gap con gli europei. E il pericolo cinese agita i sonni di Carlos Tavares, il ceo di Stellantis che invoca un "rafforzamento" dell'Europa rispetto alla concorrenza dei costruttori automobilistici Pechino. Rispondendo ai cronisti a margine del Salone dell'Auto di Parigi, Tavares, chiede una maggiore "reciprocità" tra i mercati europeo e cinese. "Credo si debba chedere all'Ue di rafforzare il mercato europeo dinanzi ai produttori cinesi". Per Tavares, "non c'è motivo" che si renda l'accesso al mercato europeo facile per i cinesi senza avere in cambio il contrario. Ne parliamo con Flavia Carletti di Radiocor.

Talking Mopars
Episode 151: The 2022 Duct Tape Drags Recap

Talking Mopars

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 33:46


This episode is a short recap of my little Duct Tape Drags 2022 adventure! Enjoy! NO MOPAR LEFT BEHIND! →Website: TalkingMopars.com →Facebook: facebook.com/TalkingMoparsPodcast →Instagram: instagram.com/TalkingMoparsPodcast →Talking Mopars Merch: talkingmopars.creator-spring.com →The Talking Mopars Channel Home Page: youtube.com/talkingmoparspodcast →Affiliates: talkingmopars.com/p/affiliates/  *If you enjoyed this podcast, be sure to subscribe to the Talking Mopars YouTube channel, as well as the Talking Mopars Podcast on your favorite podcast listening app to get the latest episodes as they are released.* Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on Talking Mopars are those of the host, and/or guest(s), and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any party not present, or directly involved in this video/podcast. Any content provided by Talking Mopars, or guest(s) of Talking Mopars, are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual or anyone or anything. Due to factors beyond the control of Talking Mopars, Talking Mopars cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Talking Mopars assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Talking Mopars recommends safe practices when working on vehicles, and/or with the tools and products seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Talking Mopars, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, products, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user, and not Talking Mopars. Talking Mopars is not affiliated with Stellantis in any way. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Mopar, HEMI, and SRT are registered trademarks of Stellantis.

C'est votre argent
On achète ou on vend ? : Stellantis et Trigano – 14/10

C'est votre argent

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 4:51


Ce vendredi 14 octobre, Patrice Gautry, chef économiste de l'Union Bancaire Privée, Denis Ferrand, directeur général de Rexecode, Louis de Montalembert, président de Pléiade AM, et Sébastien Lalevée, directeur général de la Financière Arbevel, se sont penchés sur les titres Stellantis et Trigano, dans On achète ou on vend ? dans l'émission C'est Votre Argent présentée par Marc Fiorentino. C'est Votre Argent est à voir ou écouter le vendredi sur BFM Business.

Business Wars Daily
Jeep Drops Diesel-Powered Wranglers

Business Wars Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 3:57


Today is Thursday, October 13 and we're looking at Stellantis vs. Ford.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

WWJ Plus
Juror in Whitmer kidnap trial accused of flirting with defendant | Alleged car thief jumps off River Rouge bridge | Stellantis' Warren plant cutting 3rd shift immediately

WWJ Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 7:28


A juror in the third Gretchen Whitmer kidnap trial is being accused of flirting with one of the defendants. WWJ's Luke Sloan has more. Stellantis is cutting the third shift -- which produces Jeep Wagoneer SUVs -- at its Warren plant effective immediately.  A police chase ends with a man jumping off the Rouge River bridge. The unidentified man was allegedly among a group stealing Ford Mustangs from the Flat Rock Assembly Plant last night. (Credit: Getty)

Life of Mine
CHANNEL MINE NEWS 13th Oct - with Corporate Storytime

Life of Mine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 49:34


Lucas Robinson and Stephen Moloney from Corporate Storytime have joined forces with Life Of Mine to bring some more CHANNEL MINE NEWS to the world. In this episode, we cover: - GME Resources (ASX: GME) MoU to supply automotive group Stellantis with Nickel and Cobalt from the yet to be developed NiWest Project near Murrin Murrin. - Lunnon Metals (ASX:LM8) Kambalda Nickel projects - Aurelia Metals (ASX:AMI) raising $60m as leaked by AFR (but it didn't happen) - Coups in Burkina Faso - The revival of Ravensthorpe with Medallion Metals (MM8) and Twiggy pegging some ground - New clients for Corporate Storytime Elmore Limited (ASX:ELE) and Surefire Resources (ASX:SRN)

Wheel Bearings
Go Anywhere, But You Might Not Get Out

Wheel Bearings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 Very Popular


This week Sam learns the limits of “all-terrain” tires as he goes off-roading with the Ford Bronco Raptor. Nicole shares first impressions of Nissan’s new Ariya electric crossover and Robbie tests the Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV. Nicole and Sam both got to try out the Jeep Wagoneer L and Grand Wagoneer L with Stellantis’ new Hurricane… Read More »Go Anywhere, But You Might Not Get Out

Talking Mopars
Episode 150: Recap of Holley's MoParty 2022

Talking Mopars

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 43:53


Replay of the FB and YouTube late night live stream recap of Holley's MoParty 2022! Enjoy! NO MOPAR LEFT BEHIND! →Website: TalkingMopars.com →Facebook: facebook.com/TalkingMoparsPodcast →Instagram: instagram.com/TalkingMoparsPodcast →Talking Mopars Merch: talkingmopars.creator-spring.com →The Talking Mopars Channel Home Page: youtube.com/talkingmoparspodcast →Affiliates: talkingmopars.com/p/affiliates/ *If you enjoyed this video, be sure to subscribe to the Talking Mopars YouTube channel, as well as the Talking Mopars Podcast on your favorite podcast listening app to get the latest episodes as they are released.* Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on Talking Mopars are those of the host, and/or guest(s), and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any party not present, or directly involved in this video/podcast. Any content provided by Talking Mopars, or guest(s) of Talking Mopars, are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual or anyone or anything. Due to factors beyond the control of Talking Mopars, Talking Mopars cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Talking Mopars assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Talking Mopars recommends safe practices when working on vehicles, and/or with the tools and products seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Talking Mopars, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, products, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user, and not Talking Mopars. Talking Mopars is not affiliated with Stellantis in any way. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Mopar, HEMI, and SRT are registered trademarks of Stellantis.

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3421 - Stellantis CPO Has 10-Year-Old Cars w/ 120,000 Miles; Using Acoustics to Improve Aero; Porsche Praises Mercedes

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 11:33 Very Popular


- Will VW AG Transition to a Holding Company? - Foreign OEMs Boost NEV Sales in China - Stellantis CPO Has 10-Year-Old Cars w/ 120,000 Miles - Ford Raises Price on F-150 Lightning Pro - Ford Offers Performance Kit for Explorer ST - New Mustang to Race in Bathurst 1000 - Porsche Praises Mercedes-Benz - Toyota Unveils All-New IC Engine - Hella's Phygital Shield

Mecum On the Move
Lyn St. James: Revved for the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival

Mecum On the Move

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 25:57


In this On the Move, hosts Matt Avery and John Kraman race straight into the details of what's inside the latest issue of Mecum Magazine before previewing the pair of Mecum Auctions taking place in October. First up is a look at the Chicago auction. John loves a pair of classic Chevelle LS6 muscle cars, while Matt is hot on a pair of blacked-out haulers. Next, they turn their attention to Mecum's Chattanooga auction, with Matt detailing his time at the Firehouse Find. The collection of nearly 70 vehicles is selling at no reserve and includes everything from Mustangs and Corvettes, to 15 Thunderbirds. Shifting gears, the pair brush up on the latest in the world of car news with an update on Tesla's Cybertruck and the latest on the Hurricane inline 6-cylinder engine from Stellantis. In this episode's final laps, Matt chats with race car driver and longtime automotive personality Lyn St. James. She fills Matt in on the latest regarding the Women with Drive Summit before sharing the details on her role as grand marshal for the 3rd Annual Chattanooga Motorcar Festival. The three-day event coincides with Mecum's auction and features the Pace Grand Prix at the Bend, the Gathering of the Greats Ferrari Edition, a family fun zone and more.

Motor1.com BR
#192: As novas picapes da Fiat, Peugeot e Ram

Motor1.com BR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 31:19


Não basta o sucesso da Strada e da Toro. A Stellantis prepara uma irmã da Toro para a Ram e uma picape média. Saiba mais no nosso podcast:

Autoline Daily
AD #3421 - Stellantis CPO Has 10-Year-Old Cars w/ 120,000 Miles; Using Acoustics to Improve Aero; Porsche Praises Mercedes

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 11:34


- Will VW AG Transition to a Holding Company?- Foreign OEMs Boost NEV Sales in China- Stellantis CPO Has 10-Year-Old Cars w/ 120,000 Miles- Ford Raises Price on F-150 Lightning Pro- Ford Offers Performance Kit for Explorer ST- New Mustang to Race in Bathurst 1000- Porsche Praises Mercedes-Benz- Toyota Unveils All-New IC Engine- Hella's Phygital Shield

Mercado Abierto
Lamborghini, Bugatti o Seat: ¿batería de OPV con Volkswagen?

Mercado Abierto

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 7:44


Las marcas del grupo de automóviles alemán quiere repetir el éxito de Stellantis con Ferrari con la mirada puesta en el negocio de las baterías o la división de camiones

Brains Byte Back
How the XaaS Economy Stands to Increase Sustainability and Eradicate Planned Obsolescence

Brains Byte Back

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 27:41


Episode Description below⬇️ Leave an iTunes review here - https://apple.co/3i60XWu Subscribe on Youtube here - https://bit.ly/3o1M4Z3 Follow us on your favorite podcast platform here - https://bit.ly/3kTfNkY Less than 9% of the 300 million tonnes of plastic produced every year is actually recycled. In order to change this, we must first see a change in consumer behavior. In today's episode of the Brains Byte Back podcast, we explore how the Everything as a Service (XaaS) economy stands to be a vital tool to create a more sustainable society, alongside how this economy is impacting consumer culture on a wider level. To do this we are joined by Lincoln Lincoln, Head of Global Sales & Customer Success at CloudBlue. We kick off the show by discussing the rise of subscription services, and Lincoln shares the example of Stellantis, a global automaker that he claims generates 20% of its revenue from subscription services for its cars. With this new approach to a subscription-based model, Lincoln argues that the days of buying a car with a one-time purchase and watch it depreciate as you drive it out of the forecourt are over. He also shares how features in cars are now sold as subscriptions, such as BMW announcing that heated seats can now be used as a pay-as-you-go service, so you can turn it on during winter, and off during the summer. Meaning you only pay for what you want, when you want it. Additionally Lincoln highlights how the XaaS economy is raising our expectations and demands as consumers. He draws on the example of the exercise bike company Peloton, and advocates that no longer do we buy a simple exercise bike, but we now expect this bike to challenge our fitness goals and produce content that motivates us. And finally, we discuss how subscription services stand to increase sustainability by encouraging the production of products that stand the test of time, and discourage models such as planned obsolescence. Lincoln advocates that this is because in this modern economy, rather than selling a product as a one-time purchase, when it is sold as a subscription, the consumer benefits because they pay as they go, and the manufacturer is encouraged to create an asset or product that works for as long as possible.

Le journal de 7h00
Des revendications salariales dans de nombreux secteurs en France

Le journal de 7h00

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 14:28


durée : 00:14:28 - Journal de 7 h - Des revendications salariales dans beaucoup de secteurs en France, après des débrayages mardi dans le groupe automobile Stellantis les personnels ont obtenu des primes, mais pas des hausses de salaires pérennes.

RMC Bonjour !
Lechypre du jour : Stellantis versera jusqu'à 1 400 euros supplémentaires à ses salariés - 28/09

RMC Bonjour !

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 2:34


Tous les jours à 6h20, on parle éco et conso avec Emmanuel Lechypre, dans Charles Matin, sur RMC. De l'info, de l'humour et de la bonne humeur… Cette année, Charles Magnien gagne une demi-heure. Avec Anaïs Castagna, ils accompagnent jusqu'à 6h30 les Français qui se lèvent tôt. Nouveautés cette saison : Arthur Asquin rejoint l'équipe de Charles Matin avec une nouvelle chronique : l'info marquante du jour à ne pas manquer ; et pour ne rien louper de l'actualité sportive, Thibaud Texeire incarnera tous les matins la Story Sport.

Les journaux de France Culture
Des revendications salariales dans de nombreux secteurs en France

Les journaux de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 14:28


durée : 00:14:28 - Journal de 7 h - Des revendications salariales dans beaucoup de secteurs en France, après des débrayages mardi dans le groupe automobile Stellantis les personnels ont obtenu des primes, mais pas des hausses de salaires pérennes.

Smartinvesting2000
September 24, 2022 Market Increase, Streaming Services, Real Estate, December 2022, Population, Investing, Home Sales, Rising Interest Rates, Investing, & Increases in Price

Smartinvesting2000

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 59:26


Market Increase The Fed continued to spook markets yesterday with the outlook for monetary policy. The 0.75% rate hike to a range of 3% - 3.25% came as no surprise, but the concern came when the outlook for rate hikes going forward was released. The current estimate is a terminal rate or an endpoint of 4.6% next year. Six of the 19 “dots” were in favor of taking rates to a 4.75%-5% range next year, but the central tendency was to 4.6%, which would put rates in the 4.5%-4.75% area. The current expectation is that the Fed will raise rates by at least 1.25% in its two remaining meetings this year and then potentially another 0.25% next year. I do believe at this rate the Fed has gone too far. They completely missed the mark last year and now are completely missing the mark on the other end. If you look at the first photo it is the dot plot from the meeting last September. You will notice not a single member had the Fed Funds Rate toping the 0.75% - 1.0% range and a majority believed the rate would fall between 0% and 0.5%. The second picture is the current dot plot which as you can see is drastically different. I wouldn't give much confidence in the current dot plot given how far off the Fed was at their meeting last September Streaming Services Streaming services are now in a big hurry to add advertisements to their content to help reduce costs for subscribers. In addition to providers like Netflix, Paramount, Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery they will also be competing with Facebook and Google. Supply and demand being what it is, there's a possibility that the high available ad space will decrease the prices for advertising, especially with the slowdown in the economy. Also, don't forget the traditional advertisements on TV and radio. There's a term they are using in advertising called Cost Per Mille (CPM). Mille is Latin for thousand and it measures the price of 1,000 advertisement impressions. It is estimated that the CPMs will come in somewhere around $20-$30. HBO Max currently is topping that range over $40. For Netflix, depending on the analyst, estimates range from $20 to $50 CPM‘s. If Netflix does not get the higher price their stock could fall by another 40 to 50% from current levels. It was also revealed that studios that have a lot of content such as Paramount and Warner Bros. Discovery used to charge very low levels for content and have now been hoarding it for their own streaming platforms. This means other content providers like Netflix and Amazon will have to spend billions of dollars to create new content which may or may not attract viewers.   Real Estate Being a value investor as I am, it means you only invest when what you're buying is on sale. For the past couple years, we have been talking about growth stocks and real estate being well overpriced. Here is a comparison for you that backs that up. During the two-year timeframe of covid stimulus, household net worth ballooned by $39 trillion or 158% relative to the US GDP. The housing bubble of roughly 15 years ago saw household net worth increase by 98% of GDP during its two hottest years and the big dot com boom that eventually crashed saw an increase of 79% in household net worth compared with the United States GDP. Be careful where you invest or what you buy as those two other historical events ended poorly for many investors.   December 2022 I have been guiding my clients that come December 31 of 2022 they'll be very pleased with the way their portfolio looks. Much of that is based on what is in the portfolio, but there are other factors that I see as positive that I will share with you. Currently funds' relative exposure to the stock market is lower than 90% of historical readings, which means we should see more money come into the market before year end. Also, with the new tax law on stock buybacks I believe many corporations will dramatically increase their stock buybacks before December 31st rather than paying taxes in 2023. Lastly, I have continued to see improvement in commodities such as wheat, corn and soybeans with the prices being down in some areas more than 30%. I've also heard talk that meat supplies appear to be improving as well. This could help produce lower inflation numbers and that could lead to the Fed slowing down their interest rate hikes. I should also mention that this was the worst first half in over 50 years and it would not be surprising to see a bounce in the last quarter on the right equities.   Population Many times when we post about the employment situation, we get comments about why so many jobs and why they're not being filled. First, we have never had this many open jobs going back to 2010 there were about 2 1/2 million open jobs compared to the 11 million now. It has been rising steadily. Second, our population is getting older and as that happens more people are retiring. In 1999 the percent of retirees of the population was around 15.75%. Today that has risen to nearly 20% and is expected to rise more as years pass. Third, we need to increase the legal immigration which has fallen off dramatically over the last 10 years, part of that was due to Covid. 10 years ago, legal immigration was around 800,000 a year and now has dropped to just over 200,000 a year. It is very difficult to include or count the illegal immigration. The difference with legal immigration is it also brings in what is known as STEM professionals. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Immigrant students receive about half of all master's degrees in the STEM fields and about 44% of doctorates. The United States needs to substantially increase its legal immigration because of our low birth rate, if we do not, we will be experiencing a lower quality of living in the US in 15 to 20 years.   Investing Some continue to say that we are wrong about Bitcoin continuing to drop dramatically in price. We also doubted the idea of companies like Beyond Meat and were told we didn't get it because many people are going to switch over to this new form of protein and we should be buying the company that trades under the symbol BYND. Back in July 2019 the stock had a high of $196/share and dropped to about $66/share 14 months later. Then January 2021 it came back to $178/share with people rejoicing. Now, in September 2022 you can pick the stock up for around $16.50/share and the company still has no earnings and in fact has lost $4/share over the last 12 months. Be careful of hype in the market, it will destroy your portfolio returns over the long term.   Home Sales Existing home sales came in at 4.8 million on an annual basis. That's the seventh monthly decline in a row and outside of Covid the slowest pace since November 2015. Compared to last August, sales were 19.9% lower. I don't see that trend turning around anytime soon with a slowing economy and rising interest rates. Prices did drop from the prior month which I think is the trend that we will be seeing going forward.   Rising Interest Rates With rising interest rates and a slowing economy this is when investors really need to work hard at understanding a company's balance sheet. Two important areas you want to make sure the company is strong in are liquidity, which comes from good quick and current ratios, and the upcoming debt maturities. For this you want to check the long-term debt to equity to make sure that number is similar to the total debt to equity. If not, this could be a warning sign that the company has a lot of short-term debt which means they would need to renew at higher interest rates going forward causing an increase in interest expense and reducing earnings.   Investing There are only a few months left in 2022 and we are beginning to look at where to invest in 2023. Unions have really come on strong this year and I expect that will continue with the current administration. There are some big contracts coming up next year with the Teamsters. United Parcel Service will see their contract end on July 31, 2023, and I expect the union will ask for big increases based on inflation. Also, some big car makers have contracts coming up with the UAW and I don't believe it will go well. I think we could see strikes against Ford Motor company, General Motors and Chrysler whose parent company is Stellantis. I'm sure the union will play the game of how much money the car makers have made and not take into account that going forward with the slowing economy sales will slow as well, which feeds into lower profits. Increases in price Over the last year, we have seen prices at the pump increase for our cars and now that winter is approaching, you'll also see the cost to heat your home go up as well. Across the country the cost is expected to increase by 17.2% for an average cost of $1202 to heat your home.

Talking Mopars
Episode 149: Holley MoParty 2022 Adventure

Talking Mopars

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 129:03


This is a compilation of 3 live videos that I recorded with the first two streams being on the way to MoParty, and the last stream being the one after the first day of MoParty festivities. The first segment was on my drive to the airport, the second segment was when I jumped in the Challenger with Matt (AKA BigBlock from @BigBlocksGarage) to make the 10-hour road trip from Bentonville, AR to Bowling Green, KY, and the last segment was our recap for our first day at MoParty from our AirBNB. A recap of my entire MoParty adventure is going to be the next episode of the podcast. Enjoy! NO MOPAR LEFT BEHIND! →Website: TalkingMopars.com →Facebook: facebook.com/TalkingMoparsPodcast →Instagram: instagram.com/TalkingMoparsPodcast →Talking Mopars Merch: talkingmopars.creator-spring.com →The Talking Mopars Channel Home Page: youtube.com/talkingmoparspodcast →Affiliates: talkingmopars.com/p/affiliates/ If you enjoyed this episode of the podcast, be sure to subscribe to the Talking Mopars YouTube channel! Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on Talking Mopars are those of the host, and/or guest(s), and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any party not present, or directly involved in this video/podcast. Any content provided by Talking Mopars, or guest(s) of Talking Mopars, are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual or anyone or anything. Due to factors beyond the control of Talking Mopars, Talking Mopars cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Talking Mopars assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Talking Mopars recommends safe practices when working on vehicles, and/or with the tools and products seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Talking Mopars, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, products, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user, and not Talking Mopars. Talking Mopars is not affiliated with Stellantis in any way. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Mopar, HEMI, and SRT are registered trademarks of Stellantis.

Mike Talks Cars
S3:E05 - Will there be a 2024 Ram EV? Detroit provides some hints. September 23, 2022

Mike Talks Cars

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 6:21


In this episode, I talk a little about the North American International Auto Show held in Detroit this past week. I also talk about Stellantis's Ram division and their journey towards the electrification of their Ram Pickup. What we know now and when we can expect to see Ram's take on an EV pickup. Mike Talks Cars is an automotive podcast addressing current news, quick updates on new vehicles, and something from this Automotive Trainer that can help you understand the world of automobiles a little better. New mini-episodes, like this one, will be available 2 or 3 times each week. Subscribe and join me for this quick run through the Automotive world. Subscribe and join me for this quick run through the Automotive world. I am your host, Mike Little, and I have spent my career training Sales Consultants and Managers on how to create and deliver world-class Customer Experiences that increase sales. You can find more from me on my website protraininggroup.ca, and on YouTube. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mike-talks-cars/message

Auto Correct
Auto Correct CLASSIC: Computers

Auto Correct

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 42:16


Cars just aren't simple anymore. Computers control everything. We're going to find out from Coach what we need to know and hear your vehicle repair questions. Recalls for the week:Kia Recalls Vehicles for Faulty Airbags this includes: Forte Koup coupes; Forte sedans; Sedona minivans, and Soul and Soul EV hatchbacks. All repairs will be done for free, and Kia will begin notifying owners March 21. Those with additional questions can call the automaker at 800-333-4542Hyundai is recalling certain 2022 Santa Fe HEV and Santa Fe PHEV vehicles. The instrument cluster liquid-crystal display (LCD) may invert the image on the screen upon vehicle startup, making the display illegible. WebsiteRam Recalls model-year 2019-20 HD Pickups for Faulty Windshield Wipers; Ram parent Stellantis will begin notifying owners March 18. Those with additional questions can call the automaker at 800-853-140354,000 Teslas Recalled Over ‘Rolling Stop' Full Self-Driving Function The entire Tesla lineup is affected, including nearly 54,000 model-year The automaker will begin notifying owners March 28, but in the meantime, those with questions can call Tesla at 877-798-3752.You can find out if your car has a past recall by going to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's website: https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls and inputting your VIN number. Or find their SaferCar app.In the news: according to Cars dot com: new research from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety questions if inflatable boosters are safe, specifically the BubbleBum and the Hiccapop UberBoost models. https://www.cars.com/articles/bubble-burst-iihs-questions-safety-of-inflatable-booster-446532/Auto Casey: Ford Bronco Short take: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0d9YuPHviM&t=0sLong version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyVH0CnySukCoach Charlie's Tip of the Week: don't touch the lightbulbs in your vehicle with your fingers. The oil on your skin can reduce the life of the bulb.Calls:cruise controlwasher fluidcars that lasttesla computerchanging oil emailneed help? call Customer Servicecruise controlstartertransmissionhigh mileagealarmwhat to do with carignition switchdealer oil change Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Motoring Podcast - News Show
Nichiest of Niches - 27 September 2022

Motoring Podcast - News Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 23:19


FOLLOW UP: DEALERS NOW SUE ASTON MARTIN Two former Swiss dealers, who helped underwrite the Valkyrie and another project, who were being sued by Aston Martin have now counter-sued the manufacturer. This latest move came to light as the British firm moves to raise more cash through offering more shares for sale. There are no details as to what the claim is from Andreas Baenziger and Florian Kamelger, co-owners of the Swiss Nebula Project AG. To read more, click the CarDealer link here. VW LAUNCHES ‘NEW MOBILITY' BRANCHVolkswagen has launched a new branch, titled ‘New Mobility', which will be in charge of their EV and autonomous vehicle work. All ID vehicles will come under it's guidance. Thomas Ulbrich will head the department and be on the board of Cariad, the software wing of VW. Kai Gruenitz will be the boss of Cariad, moving from VW's commercial vehicle division. You can learn more by clicking this CarScoops link here. REALITY OF PUBLIC EV CHARGING COSTSTom Callow has written a piece on LinkedIn to help clarify the situation that is becoming more apparent with the costs of public and private EV charging. He explains why costs are rising and how it should be still cheaper than filling up an ICE. To read this, click the LinkedIn, erm, link here. VOLVO TO BUILD ELECTRIC LORRIESVolvo is to begin the production of electric lorries, based on their FH, FM and FMX models, due to the increased demand for zero emission commercial vehicles. They aim to have half their sales as electric by 2030. More can be found out by clicking this Reuters link here. MERCEDES UNVEILS NEW ELECTRIC LORRIESMercedes revealed four electric lorries, the eActors LongHaul, the eActros 300, the eAtego and FUSO eCanter. That covers heavy, medium and light trucks. For more information, click here for the Mercedes-Benz Trucks article link. GOOGLE MAPS RECOMMENDS MOST EFFICIENT ROUTEGoogle Maps has another new update for its service, this time apparently helping drivers to pick the most efficient route for the power train they have. Of course this can only be a rough guide. To learn more, click the Move Electric link here. ——————————————————————————-If you like what we do, on this show, and think it is worth a £1.00, please consider supporting us via Patreon. Here is the link to that CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST——————————————————————————-THE ROVER SOCIALFriend of the show, Chris “The Pollitt” Pollitt will be on stage discussing Land Rovers at an event pulled together by enthusiasts for enthusiasts that wasn't to be as accessible as possible to those who love all types of Land Rover. Click here to read the Car and Classic article. The event takes place on Saturday 25 September so book your tickets ASAP, which you can do by clicking this link here. NEW NEW CAR NEWSVauxhall GSe - Vauxhall has announced a sub brand for it's electrified vehicles, GSe. This is to be focused on performance vehicles, utilising the knowledge the rest of the Stellantis group has with hybrid technology. To find out more, click the EVO link here. LUNCHTIME READ: OPINION - WHY AREN'T WE ALLOWED TO BUY SMALL CHEAP CARS ANY MORE?Writing for Hagerty, Tom Barnard breaks down some of the reasons why there are so few small, affordable car options these days. Some of it is due to unintended consequences for positive moves, others are less so. Click here to have a read. LIST OF THE WEEK: 10 CARS THAT JUMPED THE GUNThis week's List of the Week, is all about the cars that were ahead of their time and as a consequence didn't find the sales that were hoped for. Run through the options from Hagerty by clicking this link and see if you agree with Andrew's choice. AND FINALLY: THE GR YARIS AERO THAT NEVER WASThanks to the pandemic and the fall out from that, the 2021 GR Yaris never raced in WRC as it was agreed to retain the same vehicles for an extra year before moving to the next upgrade in car technology. However, the WRC Wings team have been poking around what was worked on and how some of that knowledge was passed on, even though current rules require a lot less downforce to be generated. Click here to read what did happen.

Focus economia
L'anno nero dei bond, perso il 20%

Focus economia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022


A tre mesi dalla fine, il 2022 si candida ad anno nero delle obbligazioni: perdono anche più del 20% del loro valore secondo le analisi condotte da Bofa Merril Lynch. La responsabilità è della corsa dei prezzi che riporta ai livelli del 1949, quando l'inflazione mordeva l'economia. Più i prezzi salgono più si depaupera il valore degli investimenti.La reazione diventa la richiesta di rendimenti più elevati che attraggono investitori che puntano su possibili guadagni a medio termine. Ne parliamo con Vito Lops de il Sole 24 Ore. La Fed pronta a un altro maxi rialzo La Federal Reserve appare destinata a percorrere un cammino sempre più aggressivo di strette di politica monetaria per debellare l'inflazione, tenendo sulle spine mercati preoccupati che scatenino rovesci dell'economia. Non solo la scommessa tra analisti e operatori è di un imminente maxi-rialzo dei tassi d'interesse interbancari di 75 punti base al 3%-3,25% - e qualcuno non esclude un intero punto percentuale - al termine, domani, del nuovo vertice di due giorni. L'aggressività della Fed potrebbe emergere anzitutto dall'outlook: in attesa che la Banca centrale aggiorni le proprie previsioni a fianco della mossa sui tassi, si è diffusa la scommessa su un costo del denaro che, con il protrarsi della manovra, arrivi a superare il 4%, e possa scalare vette oltre il 5 per cento. Approfondiamo il tema con Alessandro Plateroti, direttore di Notizie.it. Stellantis: a Mirafiori il principale hub per l'economia circolare Stellantis investe nella trasformazione della propria presenza industriale in Italia per lo sviluppo di un'attività sostenibile e crea il principale Hub per l'economia circolare, che sara' inaugurato nel 2023, per garantire modelli di produzione e consumo sostenibili. Più nel dettaglio, la società ha annunciato che il comprensorio di Mirafiori ospiterà l'Hub e che lo stabilimento inizierà a operare con tre attività progettate per aumentare la sostenibilità produttiva, ovvero rigenerazione di componenti, ricondizionamento e smantellamento di veicoli. L'obiettivo è espandersi ulteriormente a livello globale. L'iniziativa si basa sulle competenze attualmente in possesso dell'azienda e rappresenta un ulteriore importante passo nell'attuazione del piano strategico per la business unit Economia Circolare di Stellantis. Quest'ultima mira a quadruplicare i ricavi derivanti dall'estensione della vita utile di componenti e servizi e ad aumentare di 10 volte, rispetto al 2021, i ricavi ottenuti dal riciclo entro il 2030. Ne parliamo con Filomena Greco de Il Sole 24 Ore.

The Paul W. Smith Show
Jason Russ ~ The Paul W. Smith Show

The Paul W. Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 8:01


September 15, 2022 ~ The Head of Experiential Marketing for Stellantis talks to Paul about the many activities that can be found in the Stellantis exhibits and that includes Camp Jeep.

RoadWorthy Drive Moments
FROM THE PARTS BIN: Small Van Update; Another One Bites the Dust; GM Offers Dealers a Way Out

RoadWorthy Drive Moments

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 11:27


In this episode:We officially learn the fate of the Ram ProMaster City VanNissan Rogue Sport joins the scrap heapBuick Offers Dealers Cash Not to Go EV 

Automotive News Weekend Drive
September 13, 2022 | Stellantis plant strike ends, the promise of V2X technology, and more

Automotive News Weekend Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 16:54


The UAW ends its strike in Indiana. Carvana tries to work things out with Illinois. Cruise robotaxis are coming to two more cities. Plus, ITS America CEO Laura Chace talks about the life-saving potential of V2X technology.

WWJ Plus
Deal to end strike in place at Stellantis plant | MSU President asked to resign by Tuesday | EMU professors reach deal to end strike

WWJ Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 5:09


Stellantis and striking workers have reached a tentative agreement after walking out late last week over health and safety issues. WWJ's Jeff Gilbert has more. Michigan State University President Samuel Stanley is being given until tomorrow to step down. WWJ's Charlie Langton has the story.  Professors will be returning to the classrooms today at Eastern Michigan University - after school officials say they have reached a tentative contract with the school. (Credit: Charlie Langton/WWJ)

Automotive News Weekend Drive
September 12, 2022 | Stellantis strike in IN, a top researcher's solid-state prediction, and more

Automotive News Weekend Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 17:58


September 12, 2022 | Stellantis strike in IN, a top researcher's solid-state prediction, and more by Automotive News

Auto Buyers Guide Podcast by Alex On Autos
The New Lexus Something | Episode 17

Auto Buyers Guide Podcast by Alex On Autos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 64:49


In this episode, Alex tells Tim all about the recently-driven 2023 Lexus RX and how it continues to be the brand's bread and butter, but more like pumpernickel than sourdough this time. Then they pivot to the new California legislation on ICE vehicles and Stellantis. Podcast theme by Brian Roskelly. This episode's music provided by:  Roots - Mehul Choudhary https://soundcloud.com/mehul-choudhary-353304313 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/3Axwf0M Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/Rci5ZdmHPhM

Automotive News Weekend Drive
September 7, 2022 | Stellantis keeps second shift, AV expert criticizes Cruise, and more

Automotive News Weekend Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 21:14


September 7, 2022 | Stellantis keeps second shift, AV expert criticizes Cruise, and more by Automotive News

Wheel Bearings
An EV With An Exhaust System?

Wheel Bearings

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 Very Popular


This week Sam is flying solo and he’s got interviews with Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis, Stellantis head of propulsion Micky Bly and Ford Mustang and Shelby marketing and brand manager Jim Owens. Links Dodge Charger Daytona SRT concept Dodge Hornet Mustang Stampede Sept. 14 Wheel Bearings has launched a Patreon. If you like the show… Read More »An EV With An Exhaust System?

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

This podcast is being published late due to family illness, but I still wanted to go back and produce a show, for completeness of the archive.  ➤ BYD Plug-In Car Sales Surge To Over 162,000 In July 2022 ➤ SAIC-GM-Wuling posts record new energy vehicle sales ➤ Kia EV9 Electric SUV Spied With Less Camo, We Finally See Its Shape ➤ Tesla launches new 'Ownership Loyalty Program' with some significant discounts ➤ Stellantis enters joint ventures for manufacturing in France ➤ US Senate reforms electric car tax credits ➤ The market's biggest winners and losers in the Inflation Reduction Act ➤ How these top-selling electric cars could be affected by new tax credit ➤ U.S. electric vehicle subsidy may be golden ticket for Korean battery makers ➤ Classic brands left behind by new players ➤ Brisbane confirms order for 60 all-electric “trackless trams” with flash charging