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The EV era will be an era of unpleasant changes

who are thinking of moving to Electric car You should read this week’s question carefully.

This week, we’re going to tell you about the changes on a number of fronts.

A few decades ago, the Detroit auto industry was amazed at how Toyota discovered that they had an amazing machine in how they built their cars, designed them to run smoothly, and worked tirelessly to keep costs down. It is no exaggeration to say that

But on page one, we tell you that Toyota is now doing its own tricks. as it discovered What a wonderful machine Tesla is producing EVs. Toyota is restructuring to catch up with Tesla.

But when I turn the page, I see the following news: Tesla itself is now rethinking How to build an EV. Elon Musk told the audience at his Investor Day presentation on March 1 that Tesla intends to launch a new vehicle platform at half the cost of building Tesla’s old platform. (By the way, it’s Tesla’s older model that surprises Toyota.)

The point is not “who is the best”. The point is, it’s all open to rethinking.

Nissan, which sparked the EV segment more than a decade ago, We are also rethinking manufacturing and sourcing in North America I will report on our EV strategy on page 3. This includes reviewing production lines, product lines and supply lines.

Necessary changes can occur suddenly.

Stellantis situation jeep velvidia A factory outside of Chicago is a good example. Since his 1965, Belvidere has produced classic models such as the original Dodge Charger, Chrysler Imperial, New Yorker and Dodge Neon. And since 2007, Belvidere workers have been pumping Jeeps.

But as Stellantis gears up for an EV future, the factory has just taken a dark turn.

In a four-page article, Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares acknowledges the importance of such a transition. “Very uncomfortable” But it has to be done.

“The reality of changing markets is a reality that we have to face,” Tavares told reporters in response to questions about Belvidere. The EV era will be an era of unpleasant changes

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