Stellantis Cancels CES 2024 Appearance Citing Ongoing UAW Strikes
CES Appearance Canceled as Automaker Focuses on Mitigating Strike-Related Impacts
As the UAW strike against Detroit automakers enters its second month, the automotive industry is starting to feel the effects. Stellantis, one of the world’s largest automakers, has announced that it will not be attending CES 2024 in Las Vegas, citing the ongoing strikes as the primary reason for this decision.
Stellantis also mentioned that it is taking “comprehensive countermeasures to mitigate financial impacts and preserve capital.” However, the company did not provide further details on these countermeasures. As a result, it remains uncertain whether Stellantis will also skip other major automotive events such as the SEMA Show in Las Vegas and the Los Angeles Auto Show.