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Stellantis Cheers 11 Elite Startups at 2023 Venture Awards Gala

Stellantis N.V., a leading automaker and mobility provider, recently held its second annual Stellantis Venture Awards where it recognized 11 top-performing technology startups. The awards not only reflect Stellantis’ commitment to customer-oriented technology but also the company’s Dare Forward 2030 ambition for worldwide clean, safe and affordable mobility.

Stellantis engages with startups in two principal ways – as a partner and as an investor. Currently, Stellantis has over 110 partnership contracts with startups and has made 12 investments through the Stellantis Ventures capital fund worth a total initial investment of €300 million.

The awardees, who were selected on the basis of their impact on the customer experience, their unique technology and its potential scalability within Stellantis, included:

  • Recicli (Brazil) which develops sustainable technologies for all industries,
  • NetZero (France) which specializes in high-permanence carbon removal from the atmosphere,
  • Trails Offroad (United States) which provides off-road guides for Jeep® vehicles,
  • Vehya (United States) which aids Stellantis customers in North America with the selection and installation of the correct Free2move home charging equipment,
  • Tiamat (France) which developed an advanced sodium-ion battery cell chemistry,
  • Electra Vehicles (Italy/United States), offering AI-based software solutions to enhance the battery’s lifetime,
  • Vayyar (Israel) which utilizes a highly advanced 4D imaging radar platform,
  • Geoflex (France) which delivers global real-time positioning accuracy,
  • 6K (United States) whose UniMelt plasma process allows for advanced sustainable manufacturing, and
  • Shippeo (France) and Freight Verify (United States), both of which enable real-time vehicle tracking during transportation.

Besides the winners, Stellantis also acknowledged 22 finalist startups for their significant contributions. These recognitions highlight the critical role startups play in realizing Stellantis’ Dare Forward 2030 initiative of adopting customer-centric solutions for clean, safe and affordable mobility.

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