UAW President Shawn Fain pledged to be transparent with union members, and that openness has including revealing future product plans, such as talking about the expected arrival of the Jeep Wrangler EV in 2028. Find out more at Headlight.News.
Less than 24 hours after the contract between General Motors and the UAW was ratified by workers, Stellantis workers followed suit. The voting isn’t complete yet, but the number of “yes” votes is too high to be overcome by “no” votes. Ford isn’t far behind. Get details at Headlight.News.
UAW concerns about jobs being cut due to the transition to electric vehicles may be ready to play “We Told You So” Tuesday as Stellantis is offering voluntary buyouts to about half of its white collar workers in the U.S. Find out more at Headlight.News.
With all the buzz about the new midsize hybrid pickup coming, Stellantis latest EV almost got lost in the shuffle. The new Ram 1500 Ramcharger introduces Stellantis’ take on an electric full-size pickup — and its different. Check it out at Headlight.News.
The surprises keep coming in the ongoing labor talks — and strikes — between the Detroit Three automakers and the UAW. After securing a deal with Ford a few days ago, it was rumored General Motors would be next, but it turned out to be Stellantis. Find out more at Headlight.News.
Ending a nearly six-week walkout, Ford reached a tentative settlement with the United Auto Workers union providing it a 25% raise — its best deal in more than two decades. Now, the UAW has to wrap up talks with General Motors and Stellantis, but there are potential sticking points that could drag things out, reports Headlight.News.
With the UAW looking to represent the battery plants run by automakers, Stellantis revealed its plans to partner with Samsung SDI on a $3.2 billion facility in Kokomo, Indiana. Get the details at Headlight.News.
As all involved dig in for what’s become an increasingly contentious struggle over a new labor contract, the United Auto Workers expanded its “Stand-Up” strikes to include 38 parts distribution warehouses belonging to General Motors and Stellantis — while sparing Ford Motor Co. Details at Headlight.News.