Ford Might Not Create Any New UAW Jobs; Stellantis Says EVs Already Profitable – Autoline Daily 3749

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0:00 Ford Won’t Create Any New UAW Jobs
1:22 Barra Wishes Software Effort Started Earlier
2:11 Tavares Says Stella’s EVs Already Profitable
2:57 Stellantis To Cut Inventory & Incentives 
3:40 Rivians Teases Peek-A-Boo Look at R2
4:40 Scout Motors Starts Building U.S. Assembly Plant
5:18 S. Korea EV Subsidies Help Hyundai, Hurt Tesla
6:13 EV Sales Shot Up 23% In December
7:13 Tesla Uses Battery Age for Range Estimates
8:00 What If We Don’t Need A Hydrogen Infrastructure?

Story Links:
– Ford Reconsiders Its Manufacturing Footprint:

– Mary Barra Has EV & Software Regrets:

– Stellantis Says Its EVs Are Already Profitable:

– Stellantis to Cuts U.S. Inventory & Incentives:

– Rivian R2:

– Scout Motors Breaks Ground on U.S. Plant:

– South Korea Changes EV Incentive Policy:

– U.S. EV Sales Shot Up in December:

– Tesla Updates Range Calculator:

– AAH with Larry Burns:

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