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Career day showcases jobs in automotive industry

The parking lot of Manchester Community College resembled an auto show Tuesday as part of an effort to get more high schoolers interested in the automotive industry.Students from North Conway to Salem turned out for the auto industry career day. Organizers said that as with most trades, there’s high demand.”There’s about 400 openings right now in the auto tech field within New Hampshire,” said Pete McNamara, president of the New Hampshire Automobile Dealer Association.McNamara said there are jobs available in every section of the state. Depending on the field students choose, they can make a good living from the beginning.”Average wages starting out is about $70,000, and you can work your way easily into the six figures,” McNamara said.While Manchester Community College hosted the event, all five of the state’s community colleges were represented and each one has a specialty. Nashua, for example, specializes in collision and auto body repair, … Read More

Mercedes Teases New S-Class On The Very Same Day It Leaks

It’s a camouflaged prototype, though, unlike the leaked images.

Following the distraught that the current coronavirus pandemic has been smearing all over the automotive industry, Mercedes-Benz has started to stand on its feet with the resumption of production in its German plant.

Daimler AG, its parent company, announced its return through a video that showcased the company’s new normal in the manufacturing plants – face masks, social distancing, among others. One thing that Daimler also showed towards the end of the video (embedded above) was a teaser of the new Mercedes S-Class

 

The S-Class on the video was under wraps, though, unlike the leaked images of the actual car that we reported earlier today. Coincidence or marketing ploy? That’s beyond us.

Browsing through the photos above, you’ll pretty much see what the upcoming S-Class revamp would look like, inside and out. Exterior styling will, of course, remain very familiar,

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