Ferrari does not know the crisis

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Imelda Labbé succeeds Klaus Zellmer as Director of Sales and Marketing at Volkswagen VP

Effective July 1, 2022, Imelda Labbé, currently spokesperson for the Volkswagen Originalteile Logistik management committee, has been appointed director of sales, marketing and after-sales for the Volkswagen VP brand, succeeding Klaus Zellmer.

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Two ex-Ferrari executives at Aston Martin

A member of the board of directors of Aston Martin Lagonda as a non-executive director since 2021, Amedeo Felisa was named CEO of the brand, succeeding Tobias Moers. Roberto Fedeli joins the manufacturer as technical manager, succeeding Nick Lines.

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Manutea Dupont, Auto1 Group: “Business opportunities with electrified used cars”

The European Auto1 market continued to grow in the first quarter (+30%), despite the slowdown in the used car market. Its sales of electrified vehicles have doubled, taking advantage of significant price differences from one country to another, explains the new DG France, Manutea Dupont.

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Bosch cuts profitability targets

(AFP) – The world’s largest automotive supplier, Bosch, on Wednesday slashed its annual profitability targets as rising prices are putting pressure on its margins.

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VTC: Uber does better than expected, but its title falls in Lyft’s wake

(Reuters) – Uber on Wednesday reported better-than-expected quarterly results and a better-than-expected quarterly operating margin target, saying that unlike rival Lyft, it did not need to increase its revenue and expenses to attract new drivers.

services

Volkswagen overcomes supply difficulties and confirms its goals

(Reuters) – Volkswagen, Europe’s biggest automaker, kept its current-year guidance on Wednesday as the strength of its global production network allowed it to face supply chain disruptions caused by the war in Ukraine. and the coronavirus pandemic.

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The prejudice of the disappeared

Today we are talking about planes that didn’t come back and cars that didn’t burn, in a scenario of cognitive biases.

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Volkswagen overcomes supply difficulties and confirms its goals

(Reuters) – Volkswagen, Europe’s biggest automaker, kept its current-year guidance on Wednesday as the strength of its global production network allowed it to face supply chain disruptions caused by the war in Ukraine. and the coronavirus pandemic.

05/05/2022

Russian automaker tries to source components from Iran

(AFP) – An unnamed Russian automaker has asked Iran to supply key components it can no longer find in its country due to international sanctions following the invasion of Ukraine.

05/04/2022

Electric vehicles: Stellantis invests nearly €3 billion in two plants in Canada

(AFP) – Automotive giant Stellantis announced on Monday that it is investing 3.6 billion Canadian dollars (2.7 billion euros) to modernize and adapt two factories in Canada for electric vehicles.

05/04/2022

Daimler wants to turn the page on diesel city buses by 2030

(AFP) – Daimler Truck, the European leader in the production of buses and coaches, aims to turn the page on diesel city buses by 2030, aiming for a 100% electric offer that will be based, in part, on hydrogen.

05/03/2022

Second Tesla recall in China in less than a month

(AFP) – US electric car giant Tesla is recalling nearly 15,000 vehicles in China for the second time this month due to a software glitch, the Chinese regulator announced on Friday.

05/03/2022

Christophe Prévost, DCF Peugeot: “We always order more than we deliver”

Peugeot recorded a 50% drop in its private registrations in April, after a month in March at -44%, despite the increase in the power of the 308. The level of monthly orders is, however, higher than registrations, says Christophe Prévost , sales director for France at Peugeot.

05/03/2022

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