Tesla alumnus replaces ex-McLaren exec as Rivian’s new VP of engineering

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It appears that Rivian Automotive recently welcomed yet another employee with an extensive background in Tesla. As indicated in a recent Bloomberg report, Nick Kalayjian, who spent over a decade at Tesla, will be joining Rivian as the company’s new vice president of engineering and product. Kalayjian will be replacing Mark Vinnels, a former McLaren executive who joined Rivian in 2017. 

A Rivian spokesperson has confirmed that Vinnels has indeed left the company, though the Michigan-based electric truck maker did not specify how recently his departure happened. Both Kalayjian and Vinnels could not be reached for comment by the publication. Rivian has also not released a statement about its new VP of engineering and product. 

Kalayjian will have big shoes to fill at Rivian, especially considering his predecessor’s formidable and extensive automotive background. Mark Vinnels, after all, is a veteran, and during his time with McLaren, he was in charge

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GM moves Corvette engineering team members to EV and AV division

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The shovels over at InsideEVs hit pay dirt yesterday. As the outlet described it, an internal memo from GM’s EVP of global product development, Doug Parks, moves members of the Corvette engineering team from global products programs to the autonomous and electric vehicles program team overseen by Ken Morris. It’s probably most important to state that, from what we can tell so far, this doesn’t change the models in development at the Corvette brand. In fact, this could be a good thing; instead of trotting out an electric Corvette crossover, for instance, GM wants all its electric crossovers to benefit from the performance and engineering expertise of the team creating the automaker’s halo product. That doesn’t mean every GM EV will target performance, but the Corvette doesn’t only target performance, either. Beyond that, the move would offer a better shot at delivering affordable, performance-minded EVs in general. Which doesn’t mean

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Engineering Plastics Market || Manufacture Size, Developments

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The report “Global Engineering Plastics Market, By Type (Polycarbonate, Polyamide, ABS, PET & PBT, POM, Fluoropolymers), By End-Use Industry (Automotive & Transport, Electrical & Electronics, Industrial & Machinery, Packaging, Consumer Appliances), and Region – Global Forecast to 2029”. Rising acceptance and demand from construction for engendering plastic owing to its versatility, strength-to-weight ratio, durability, corrosion resistance, and so on. Also, they have a wide range of end-use Industry in the construction industry such as into pipes, cables, coverings, panels, films, sheets and so on, such factor propel the growth for the target market. However, the high competition from other polymers and material such factor hamper market growth.

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In May 2019 Tenac – C Z4520 polyacetal resin, an engineering plastic of Asahi Kasei, get certified as eco-friendly green material by Automotive Technology & Research Center. This certification

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INFINITI Q50 Red Sport: A Powerful Force of Engineering and Safety

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Dubai, UAE: The INFINITI Q50 Red Sport is like a blaze of red force that leaves a trail of power and style in its path, capturing the inspiration and attention of enthusiasts seeking high-end performance and advanced, world-class safety features.

Available at INFINITI of Arabian Automobiles, the flagship company and exclusive dealer AW Rostamani Group in Dubai, Sharjah, and the Northern Emirates, the latest version of this much-loved model prioritizes strength, style, and technology like none other.

The Q50 Red Sport will bring out your daring side with stellar horsepower and world-class technologies. Built to inspire and thrill, it is available in a variety of engines, like the exhilarating 3.0-liter, 400 HP engine, a class-leading performance engine that is bound to get drivers’ hearts racing. With 400 – 475 at 1,600 – 5,200 rpm of torque, acceleration is effortless.

The Red Sport is also designed to heighten senses and

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