Day: July 1, 2021

Fast And Furious Car Death Toll Is Huge

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A lot of cars have been sacrificed on the movie franchise’s altar…

Thanks to Craig Lieberman, we have a death count for cars in the Fast and Furious franchise. Warning: it’s shockingly high and might leave you feeling triggered, confused, and maybe even a little sad. Even when compared to other movie franchises like James Bond, Transformers, etc. the Fast and Furious series has wrecked way more than its fair share of cars.

Learn which Fast and Furious car is Vin Diesel’s favorite here.

Just in the first 7 movies there were nearly 1,500 cars wrecked, according to a report issued by Insure the Gap. Why so many? Well, with multiple stunt versions of the hero cars and those getting abused, plus the more expendable background cars which also get trashed in many scenes, the numbers add up quickly.

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Stuckey Automotive acquires Joel Confer Ford of Bellefonte

CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) Stuckey Automotive has acquired Joel Confer Ford of Bellefonte, according to an announcement by President Matt Stuckey Wednesday.

Joel Confer Ford of Bellefonte will be known as Stuckey Ford of Bellefonte as of July 1 and will open July 8. The business was owned and operated by the Confer family since 2004. This will mark the fifth dealership under Stuckey Automotive, including two locations in Hollidaysburg, one in Altoona and one in State College.

According to Stuckey Automotive, the agreement came to be after the businessmen were introduced by a mutual colleague and friend.

“This introduction is one for which I’ll always be grateful,” Matt Stuckey said. “We were gifted an opportunity to grow our brand in Centre County.  It’s humbling when a man like Joel trusts that you’ll care for his business and customers as you

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Automotive Infotainment Systems Market Witnesses the Emergence of Aptiv Plc and DENSO as Key Market Vendors | Technavio | State

NEW YORK, June 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Technavio has been monitoring the automotive infotainment systems market, operating under the consumer discretionary industry. The latest report on the automotive infotainment systems market, 2020-2024 estimates it to register an incremental growth of USD 609.76 million, at a CAGR of almost 1% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, the latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. 

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The market is fragmented. Competitors have to focus on differentiating their product offerings with unique value propositions to strengthen their foothold in the market. Market vendors also have to leverage the existing growth prospects in the fast-growing segments, while maintaining their positions in the slow-growing segments. Aptiv Plc, Continental

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