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 E-mobility / Autonomous Vehicles
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Peugeot 308 SW

2022 A compact plug-in hybrid wagon
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DS9 E-TENSE

2021 A mid-size hybrid sedan
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Peugeot e-Expert Hydrogen

2021 A light electric van
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Opel Astra Plug-in-Hybrid image

2021 A compact plug-in hybrid hatchback
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Peugeot e-2008

2020 A subcompact electric crossover SUV
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 News
Oct 14, 2021

On October 13, Leasys, a Stellantis brand and a subsidiary of FCA Bank announced its electrification strategy development plan that will complete its "mobility revolution" project launched in 2020.
By 2024 Leasys’s short-term fleet will be 75% electric and plug-in hybrid, 100% by the end of 2027, with a total fleet of more than 500,000 vehicles devoted to long, medium and short-term rentals. Within three years, the 1,000 fast charge points currently existing in Europe will triple, reaching a total of more than 3,000 in the 12 countries where Leasys is operational: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the United Kingdom and Spain.
Leasys' strategy will be coupled with an innovative set of "one minute to a lifetime" mobility solutions, designed to promote the adoption of zero-emission vehicles: CarCloud, Leasys Miles and Unlimited, already available in all markets where the Company operates.
LeasysGO!, the zero emission car sharing will be launched in France by the end of 2021, and in Spain within the 2022.

(Stellantis press release)

Oct 14, 2021

On October 13, Stellantis announced that it has deployed sixteen Stellantis prototypes for L3Pilot Automated Driving Project to test and evaluate Level 3 automated driving functions as a safe and efficient means of transportation on public roads.
Stellantis and its partners present findings and challenges learned in a dedicated final conference, in Hamburg, Germany, in conjunction with ITS World Congress.
Based on the results of the L3Pilot, Stellantis will continue to contribute to the large-scale effort with the next European Union co-funded project, Hi-Drive. Over the next four years (2021-2025), Hi-Drive will address a number of key challenges toward the deployment of greater levels of automated driving.

(Stellantis press release)

Oct 13, 2021

On October 11, Stellantis announced that it will be converting its plant in Mirafiori near Turin, Italy, into an electric-vehicle hub and will relocate the production of two Maserati models to the Mirafiori plant.
The Mirafiori site will receive a new electric platform for the construction of Maserati Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans between 2022 and 2024, shifting from the nearby site of Grugliasco.
All 1,100 workers and functions in Grugliasco will move to Mirafiori by 2024 with offering of more electrification-related activities to Mirafiori plant. The Mirafiori plant already produces the SUV Maserati Levante and the battery-electric Fiat 500, and could also possibly receive part of the production of the ICE Fiat 500 presently produced in Tychy (Poland), according to the plan.

(Multiple sources on October 11)