Stellantis recruiting developers and engineers to become tech mobility leader￼
Stellantis NV, the multinational car manufacturer headquartered in the Netherlands, is aiming to hire thousands of developers and engineers to become a tech mobility leader.
Software engineers, designers and coders are all being recruited by Stellantis, but also by rival companies like General Motors and Ford.
Stellantis has made notable hires like Mohammed Ismail, a visual and motion designer. As reported by the Detroit News, Ismail is responsible for making info more easy to understand. His work can be seen in vehicles such as the Chrysler Airflow SUV.
“Most of the design for the radio or infotainment system in the car; they are kind of still in the area where they can do it in web design, or it’s kind of like when you open the browser”, Ismail told the Detroit News. “It’s the same feeling as your PC. It doesn’t feel as different when you get inside the car. I think you bring something nice to the design when you love cars, and you want to do something different and special”.
With 14 brands positioned around the globe, Stellantis aims to be a tech mobility leader with more hires and acquisitions from the software world.