How the South is trying to win the EV race
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A new Hyundai plant in Georgia. A Ford mega campus in Tennessee. The Southeast is quickly becoming a hub for electric vehicles and the manufacturing of its components. Today on the show, we explore the South’s formula for landing EV makers and what it means for workers at legacy auto plants.

You can also read more about how the South became the new spine of the U.S. auto industry here.

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