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Brembo S.p.A. Viale Europa, 2 24040 Stezzano (BG), Italy Major Parts Suppliers image
Dana Graziano S.R.L. (Formerly Oerlikon Graziano S.p.A.) via Cumiana 14, 10098 Rivoli (Torino), Italy Major Parts Suppliers image
FIAMM Energy Technology S.p.A.(Formerly FIAMM S.p.A.) Viale Europa 75, Montecchio Maggiore 36075 (VI), Italy Major Parts Suppliers image
Marelli Europe S.p.A. (Formerly Magneti Marelli S.p.A.) Viale Aldo Borletti, 61/63 - 20011 Corbetta, Milano, Italy Major Parts Suppliers image
Pirelli Tyre S.p.A. Viale Piero e Alberto Pirelli n. 25, 20126 Milan, Italy Major Parts Suppliers image
Sogefi S.p.A. Via Ciovassino 1/a, 20121 Milan - Italy Major Parts Suppliers image
2A S.p.A. Via Asti, 67b - 10026 Santena (TO) - Italy image
A.Agrati S.p.A. Via Piave, 28-30, 20837 Veduggio con Colzano (MB), Italy image
A.Agrati S.P.A- Cornate d'Adda Via Guido Rossa, 16, 20872 Cornate d'Adda MB, Italy image
A.Agrati S.P.A- Dolzago Via Provinciale, 1, 23843 Dolzago LC, Italy image
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Mar 01, 2024

On February 29, Maserati unveiled its Gran Cabrio model in Modena, Italy.

During its launch, the vehicle is available in its Trofeo version, featuring an ICE engine Nettuno with 6 cylinders, a displacement of 2,992 cc, and a maximum power output of 542 hp at 6,500 rpm. It also offers a maximum torque of 650Nm at 3,000 rpm.

The vehicle can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.6 seconds, with a braking distance of 37 meters.

It is equipped with ventilated discs measuring 380 x 34 mm, and Brembo 6-piston fixed callipers on the front wheels, and ventilated discs measuring 350 x 28 mm, with Brembo 4-piston fixed callipers on the rear wheels.

The GranCabrio represents a new and equally elegant convertible version of its coupe twin, the award-winning GranTurismo.

(Maserati press release on February 29, 2024)

Feb 29, 2024

On February 29, multiple sources reported that the Business and Made in Italy minister shared that the government is in discussions with multiple car manufacturers, including Tesla. The initiative follows Tesla's setback in a local vote on its GigaBerlin extension plan, leading the company to explore expanding its European production in Italy.

During a parliamentary hearing, the industry minister emphasized the need for Italy to manufacture 1.3 million vehicles annually, comprising both passenger cars and vans, to safeguard its national auto industry.

Based on multiple sources

Feb 28, 2024

On February 28, Stellantis announced that its Circular Economy business achieved an 18% YoY global sales increase in 2023. In 2023, 2 million auto parts were recycled, marking an 84% increase in parts recycling recovery. Stellantis has initiated aluminum recycling from alloy wheels in Europe and North America.

In 2024, Stellantis' Circular Economy business is set to sustain growth by expanding its sustainable parts range and launching a dedicated website. The company aims to make eco-packaging standard for all European suppliers by 2030 and gradually implement this policy globally. Remanufacturing remains a key focus with new parts introduced in Europe and North America, including a multi-brand remanufactured offer. B-Parts, having established itself in Europe, plans to expand globally, commencing operations in the US by March 2024.

Stellantis anticipates finalizing a joint venture with Orano in 2024, securing additional access to cobalt, nickel, and lithium for electric vehicle batteries. The Circular Economy business unit is on track to exceed EUR 2 billion in revenues by 2030 as part of the strategic plan.

Based on Stellantis press release