Stellantis partners with Vehya to prepare US auto dealerships for EV sales.
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Stellantis partners with Vehya to prepare US auto dealerships for EV sales.

Vehya to provide comprehensive EV charger sales and installation services to Stellantis dealerships as part of the corporation's electrification plans.

Stellantis has announced a partnership with Detroit-based company Vehya to support its U.S. dealerships in preparation for increased electric vehicle (EV) sales and service.

Vehya will be the second recommended partner for EV charger sales, installation, and maintenance for Stellantis’ U.S. auto dealers, after the corporation had already partnered with Qmerit. As an experienced auto dealer partner, Vehya’s workflow platform will provide a full-service solution for dealers. It includes Vehya-certified electricians, detailed site surveys, comprehensive estimates, and a dedicated account manager that handles all administrative and project management duties.

Stellantis’ 2,600-plus dealerships in the U.S. will benefit from Vehya’s expertise in EV charging infrastructure. This will enable them to meet the needs of customers who are increasingly interested in EVs and who may require charging solutions for their vehicles.

Vehya is among the 15 businesses set to graduate from the National Black Supplier Development Program, an initiative designed to showcase the capabilities of Stellantis’ diverse supplier network. The program equipped participants with essential knowledge through activities such as networking, training, development, and growth plan assessments.

Phil Langley, Head of Network Development, Stellantis North America, said: As our partners in the automotive industry transition to electric-vehicle sales and service, our goal is to provide our 2,600-plus U.S. dealers with high-quality options that meet their individual EV integration needs within every area of the dealership business. Vehya is equipped with the experience and infrastructure needed to help support our dealers and make this process as straightforward and simple as possible.

As part of its Dare Forward 2030 plan, Stellantis is setting the course for 50% of sales in the United States to be battery-electric vehicles by the end of this decade. The company plans to offer more than 25 battery-electric vehicles in the U.S. by 2030.

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