AD #1929 – Delphi and Mobileye Join Forces, Americans Not Ready for EVs, Ssangyong Motors Eyes U.S. Market

published 2 years ago by John McElroy

- VW Resumes Production - Bosch to Fight Diesel Allegations - Delphi and Mobileye to Develop Autonomous Tech - Classic Car Prices Falling - Chevy Has a Naming Problem in Korea - Americans Not Ready for EVs - Ssangyong Eyes U.S. after Brexit

On today's show VW gets its assembly lines rolling again classic car prices slip an auction in the vast majority of Americans say they are not ready for an all. Car. All that more coming right up. Online dating. This is not a line daily for August 23. A 16. Well that didn't last long. Just a day after Volkswagen halted production at 6 plants in Germany over a dispute with the supplier it reached an agreement to get the parts flowing again 2 subsidiaries of the supplier company that provides a group. Stop shop. Opponents. After VW canceled. Contracts. And refuse to reimburse them for work they had done to prepare for that contract. And just a quick correction. Yesterday we told you the provide group is from Germany. It's actually based in Bosnia Herzegovina ...

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