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Apr 11, 2024

On April 10, the Italian Metalworkers Federation (FIM-CISL) announced that Stellantis CEO met with unions in Turin to discuss strengthening the company's presence in Italian factories. Unions urged for concrete commitments on new model assignments and production launches, aiming to secure jobs and boost production.

Stellantis CEO reaffirmed commitment to grow business in Italy, particularly focusing on relaunching Fiat, Lancia, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, and other brands. However, he warned of potential risks posed by a Chinese manufacturer entering the market, which could jeopardize Italian factory stability.

The CEO highlighted challenges posed by EU carbon dioxide regulations and potential changes to them, affecting the Group's electrification plans.

Based on FIM-CISL press release

Apr 11, 2024

On April 8, Geotab, expertise in IoT and connected transportation solutions announced that it has expanded its partnership with Mobilisights, a division of Stellantis Europe to integrate Stellantis Group vehicle data into the MyGeotab platform. The collaboration brings the "Connected Car" concept closer by providing fleet managers with telematics data from Stellantis vehicles in a centralized manner. Users can access the data seamlessly without additional hardware or software.

The partnership enables MyGeotab users to access a wide range of data points, including location, speed, braking, and tire pressure, from Stellantis’ brands vehicles. Geotab builds on Mobilisights' data foundation to offer deeper insights into fleet performance across all vehicle sectors.

MyGeotab manages mixed fleets efficiently through its integration and analytics capabilities. It harmonizes data from various sources, including third-party devices and Geotab's own telematics device, via a multifunctional API.

Based on Geotab press release

Apr 11, 2024

On April 10, Stellantis presented the all-new B segment car Alfa Romeo Milano to the international press.

The new Milano’s dimensions are a length of 4.17 meters, width of 1.78 m and height of 1.5 m.

The "IBRIDA" configuration has Q4 all-wheel drive and automated rear axle management. It has a 48V and 136 hp VGT hybrid architecture, with a 1.2-liter 3-cylinder ICE engine, variable geometry turbo and distribution chain. The 48V lithium-ion battery powers a 21-kW electric motor integrated into a 6-speed dual-clutch gearbox. Its electric range is 150 km/h outside the city with a limited charge.

The "ELETTRICA" version has two power options of 156 hp and a range of up to 410 km and the VELOCE model, with 240 hp. The 54-kWh battery can be recharged at 100 kW DC fast charging stations in less than 30 minutes from 10% to 80%.

The launch version MILANO SPECIALE, is available with IBRIDA and ELETTRICA engines. This limited edition includes exclusive details and functions. In addition, it has advanced safety equipment, including autonomous driving level 2 and keyless system with proximity access technology.

The vehicle can be ordered in its “Speciale” launch version. 

(Stellantis press release on April 10, 2024)