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Solid Power Inc., the solid-state battery startup that went public in a reverse merger last year, said its chief executive officer Doug Campbell is stepping down. Solid Power‘s board appointed company president David Jansen to serve as interim CEO while it searches for a permanent replacement, the Louisville, Colorado-based company said in a statement Tuesday.
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6:09 AM ET Esteban Ocon has taken a parting shot at former Alpine teammate Fernando Alonso, saying the Spaniard barely did any work to push the team forward. Alonso is joining Aston Martin next year and has already predicted his new team can beat Alpine in 2023. The Spaniard grew increasingly critical of Alpine and
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Lordstown Motors Corp. made first deliveries on its initial batch of 500 electric pickups for commercial fleet customers. The Lordstown, Ohio, EV startup on Tuesday said it began to move its Endurance pickup after receiving homologation certification from the U.S. government. The Department of Transportation must provide certification a vehicle meets U.S. codes before a
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4:01 AM ET Mattia Binotto has resigned as the boss of Ferrari’s Formula One team after its disappointing season. Ferrari came into 2022 as strong favourites for the championship and won two of the opening three races, but their challenge soon faded. Binotto’s team won just three more times as Max Verstappen and Red Bull
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Kathy Winter, a senior executive who previously worked in the autonomous vehicle technology divisions of Intel, Motorola and Delphi, will become the new COO at May Mobility. The Ann Arbor, Mich.-based developer of autonomous ride-hail vehicles and shuttles said Winter will focus on putting May Mobility’s plans for self-driving shuttles and ride-hailing vehicles into action.
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Every year, the editorial staff of Automotive News convenes to select our annual All-Stars, an exercise that often involves vigorous debate and occasionally tough decisions. Our goal is to recognize leaders who have steered their companies through extraordinary challenges, led their organizations to new heights and innovated in ways that will transform the automotive landscape.
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A new leather-wrapping solution developed by French supplier Faurecia could allow automakers to make more unique designs in their vehicle interiors and localize more of the production process. Traditionally, wrapping an interior component such as a door panel or center console in leather or another material is a costly, time-consuming process. It’s something that typically
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CHARLESTON, S.C. — German supplier Robert Bosch is in the midst of transforming a portion of its factory to build electric motors and other components for electrification as part of a $260 million investment. The project will require Bosch to build flexible lines that can support e-motor configurations that vary from customer to customer. Doing
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