AD #1963 – Hyundai Moves Luxury Production to U.S., Battery Costs Are Falling Fast, Auto Execs Go Casual

published 4 years ago by John McElroy

- FCA Avoids Strike in Canada - Battery Costs Are Falling Fast - Hyundai Moves Luxury Production to U.S. - GMC Sierra HD All Terrain X - Mustang Gets Performance Packages - Auto Execs Go Casual - Lincoln Continental’s Unique Handles

On today's show FCA you avoid a strike in Canada battery costs for electric cars are coming down faster than expected and automotive executives take their turn on the catwalk. All that and more coming right up. Online dating. This is not allowing daily the show for enthusiasts of the automotive industry. I see a face to strike yesterday from its Canadian workers but the 2 sides were able to come to an agreement at the last minute to avoid a shutdown the automaker will invest $300000000 to upgrade facilities and workers will get a wage boost plus a signing bonus as long as they ratify the new deal that vote takes place early next week as you may remember a similar scenario unfolded last month between Canadian workers and General Motors. The 2 sides also reached a last minute deal to avoid a strike in our opinion ...

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