SEAT S.A. will launch an urban electric car in 2025

SEAT S.A. President Wayne Griffiths. (Picture: Ferran Nadeu)

SEAT S.A. has announced that it will launch an urban electric vehicle on the market in 2025. With this car, the company will enter a segment of around €25,000**, essential to make electromobility accessible to the masses and hit the Green Deal targets. The production plant where this vehicle will be manufactured will be announced in the coming months.

At the 2021 Annual Press Conference, the Spanish company presented an ambitious plan, called Future Fast Forward, to lead the electrification of the automotive industry in Spain. The key driver of this plan

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UPPAbaby Expands Car Seat Family with the KNOX Convertible Car Seat

The KNOX is the natural next step for parents as their child transitions from the MESA infant car seat and before they are ready for the ALTA High-Back Seat Positioning Booster. This convertible seat provides a rear-facing and forwarding-facing solution that accommodates a growing baby and toddler and is packed with unique safety innovations and features that provide a more robust fit to vehicle including;

  • Koroyd® Technology – Developed from aerospace safety research, innovated for action sports, and now built into the base of the KNOX car seat – an exclusive partnership and juvenile industry first – Koroyd provides more
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First microchips, now automotive suppliers risk shortage of seat foam

Carmakers attempting to navigate their way through a shortage of microchips while mitigating the effects of a global pandemic might have a new problem to worry about. The severe winter storms that left thousands without power and water in Texas in February 2021 also shut down the refineries that provide the raw materials in seat foam.

Getting to the root of the problem requires following a surprisingly long supply chain. Foam found in most car seats, under the upholstery, is often made with polyurethane, which is manufactured using an organic compound called propylene oxide. In turn, this industrial liquid is

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Pete Buttigieg Bike Commute – Buttigieg’s Bike Seat Height Is Just Fine

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Pete Buttigieg unintentionally got himself a healthy dose of feedback from Cyclist Twitter.

Politico reporter Michael Stratford tweeted a short video of the freshly confirmed Secretary of Transportation riding a bike home from work through Washington, D.C.’s Navy Yard neighborhood on Thursday, February 25. The video—which, as of this writing, has over a million views—is 11 seconds long and appears to have been shot from a vantage point roughly near the Hubble telescope, albeit with slightly grainier picture quality.

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Shares of Peloton Have Fallen Off the Bicycle Seat

Shares of Peloton Interactive Inc. (PTON) have dropped sharply in recent days. Let’s check out the charts and indicators to see how long of a rest period we may need. 

In the daily bar chart of PTON, below, we can see how swiftly prices have dropped in the past few days. PTON is now below the 50-day moving average line and below the 200-day moving average line. Trading volume has increased on the decline and the On-Balance-Volume (OBV) has turned lower. A declining OBV line tells us that sellers of PTON have become more aggressive.

The trend-following Moving Average Convergence

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