Stellantis models with the STLA LARGE BEV platform will be assembled at Cassino: the plant is the second to be confirmed after the one in Canada
Stellantide announced that the creation of Cassin where the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio are produced today and where the Maserati Grecale will receive there BEV STLA Large Platform. This is the platform on which the models unveiled soon are based.
FUTURE STELLANTIS MODELS WITH THE STLA PLATFORM AT CASSINO
“The Cassino plant has a long tradition of innovation and technology” he stated Carlos TavaresCEO of Stellantis. “Vehicles based on STLA Large Platform that we foresee will revolutionize the driving experience through state-of-the-art functionality and features and for this we rely on the great skill of our employees and the management team of Stellantis to be able to realize our audacious cost and quality targets. The support of Cassino employees and the foresight of local and national authorities give us a strong incentive to develop vehicles capable of winning over customers with clean, safe and accessible mobility.”.
THE GREAT STELLANTIS STLA PLATFORM
There Stellantis STLA Large Platform it is one of the four flexible BEV platforms on which the group’s electrification plan is based. It will be the basis for several future models from the Stellantis brands, it is designed to offer a range of up to 800 kilometers electric in combination with Stellantis electric propulsion modules (EDM) and modular batteries. “Designers and engineers are able to adjust rig size and powertrain configuration to meet specific project needs”.
STELLANTIS CASSINO: 1200 ROBOTS AND ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY
The Stellantis factory in Cassin it’s the second, after the Windsor assembly plant in Canada where Stellantis announced the use of the STLA Large platform. It was inaugurated in 1972. Today, it is a highly automated factory that uses more than 1200 bots For the operations of stamping, rolling, painting and production of plastic parts. The automaker says in the press release that the plant has a strong focus on energy saving and resource conservation. Since 2017, water consumption has been halved, while photovoltaic panels located in the indoor car parks produce solar energy.
Source : Sicur Auto