AD #1987 – Samsung Bolsters Automotive Business, Toyota Feeling a Little Rusty, 48V Technology to Bridge EV Gap

published 2 years ago by John McElroy

- Samsung to Buy Harman - Toyota Settles Frame Rust Lawsuit - Continental’s 48V Technology - Ram Shows 2 New Models - Consequences of Leaving NAFTA

On today's show Samsung continues its expansion into the automotive industry ram reveals a new special edition of the rebel pickup in auto supplier continental says 48 volt hybrid systems are set to explode in popularity on that mark coming right up on online daily. That align daily that show for enthusiasts of the automotive industry. Samsung is making a big push to break into the automotive business it invested $450000000 into Chinese automaker PYD earlier this year and it held talks with FCA about acquiring auto parts supplier Magneti Marelli the status of that deal is unknown at the moment but earlier today the company revealed it spent $8000000000 to acquire Harman international industries which makes audio systems for cars and connected car technology. Harmon's products are in more than ...

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