Day: January 15, 2022

Automotive Antenna Module Market to grow at a CAGR of 8% by 2025 | Increasing Connectivity Technologies in Vehicles to Boost Growth |17000+ Technavio Reports |

NEW YORK, Jan. 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — 40% of the growth will originate from North America for the automotive antenna module market. The US is the key market for automotive antenna modules in North America. Market growth in this region will be faster than the growth of the market in regions. The high demand for automobiles in the US will facilitate the automotive antenna module market growth in North America over the forecast period. The automotive antenna module market is set to grow by USD 525.67 million from 2020 to 2025, progressing at a CAGR of 8% according to the latest report by Technavio.

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Automotive Antenna Module Market 2021-2025: Scope

Technavio presents a detailed picture of the market by the way of study, synthesis, and summation of data from multiple

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Where to watch the 2022 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale car auction on TV, livestream

The Barrett-Jackson 2022 car auction will return to Scottsdale with hundreds of collector cars and automotive memorabilia Jan. 22-30.

The first two days are preview days during which guests can appreciate all the vehicles that will soon go on the auction block. The auctions will take place Jan. 24-30 and can be viewed from home.

Highlights at this year’s auction include vehicles that used to belong to David Spade, Bret Michaels and Burt Reynolds. Cars that were used in the “Fast & Furious” franchise — and even handled by Vin Diesel — will also cross the block.

Here’s when and where to watch the 2022 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale car auction on TV and online.

Related: The 2022 Barrett-Jackson guide

Watch the Barrett-Jackson 2022 Scottsdale auctions live on TV

Here’s where the Barrett-Jackson car auctions will be broadcast. All times are MST.

Monday, Jan. 24

3-7 p.m. on FYI (Channel 119 on

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Tesla electric car showroom in Mishawaka appears to be dead

MISHAWAKA — Plans for an “electric car company” showroom and automotive center — long-rumored to be Tesla — at the former JC Penney Home Store site at Grape and Cleveland roads appear to be dead.

Chris Sotos, representing Key Development Partners, the firm developing the project, confirmed on Tuesday the contract with the electric car company — which was never officially named — was terminated this past summer. He did not provide any other details.

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The car company, which was believed to be Tesla, had proposed leasing the 35,500-square-foot JC Penney building from Key Development, and razing the smaller building to the west, while the developer was to make improvements to lighting, the parking lot and landscaping. 

City Planner Ken Prince said Friday that he’s heard rumors that the deal had fallen through. The move, he

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