Showing posts in the category of Mexico

Nissan Teams Up With Mexican National Soccer Team


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Nissan North America has entered into a high-profile multi-year deal with Univision Deportes and the Federacion Mexicana de Futbol (the Mexican national soccer team), becoming their official automotive partner.

Ford Wants Toyota Prius Rival, Might Build It In Mexico


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Besides the expansion of the RS lineup, Ford's plans for the future reportedly include the introduction of a Toyota Prius and Hyundai Ioniq rival.

800 HP Challenger Hellcat Witnesses Cops Chasing Down Street Racers


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If cops are out to bust up a gang of street racers, the fact that they end up pulling over only one car should make everyone else feel lucky.

Inferno Is A 1,400 HP New Mexican Supercar


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Forget about the Mastretta MXT, because something hotter came out of Mexico.

KIA Finishes Building State-Of-The-Art Mexico Facility


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A little over a year after announcing plans for building their first manufacturing plant in Mexico, KIA has finally finished putting the structure together in Pesqueria, Nuevo Leon.

Watch Felipe Massa Drive Jaguar C-X75 In Mexico City


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The stunning Jaguar C-X75 supercar featured in the new Bond movie, Spectre, made its Americas debut in Mexico City with Felipe Massa behind the wheel.

BMW Shares Huge Gallery Of New X1 And 3-Series Shot In Mexico [182 Pics]


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BMW is treating us to a massive photo shoot of the North American-spec versions of their brand-new X1 compact SUV and facelifted 3-Series sedan taken in Mexico’s picturesque Copper Canyon.

Winfried Vahland Leaves VW Before Taking Over The Group’s North American Region


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Now this is awkward: Winfried Vahland, the newly-appointed CEO of VW Group’s North America Region (NAR), has decided to leave the company before taking up his new role.

Former Skoda Boss Winfried Vahland Appointed CEO Of VW Group North America


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The “Dieselgate” scandal has profound implications for the VW Group, not only in terms of image and financial costs, but also from an organizational point of view.

FCA Proposes UAW To Move Car Production To Mexico, Concentrate SUV Production In US


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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and the United Auto Workers are negotiating a labor agreement which could bring major changes to the automaker’s production facilities.

Nissan Mexico Exported Its Five-Millionth Vehicle Since 1972, A NP300 Frontier


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Nissan Mexico has exported its five millionth vehicle since it started shipping cars overseas in 1972, confirming its position as the automaker’s largest vehicle exporter worldwide. The five-millionth unit was a red Nissan NP300 Frontier pickup shipped from Veracruz and destined for Colombia, one of the top export markets for Nissan from Mexico.

The all-new Nissan NP300 Frontier was launched last March in Mexico, but there’s no word yet about a launch date for the United States. Assembled at Nissan Mexico’s plant in Cuernavaca, Morelos, the NP300 Frontier is one of the favorite trucks in the country, with 5,095 sales since its launch.

“The quality of Mexican labor is reflected in the vehicles we export to over 50 countries. Our exports are driven by our brand promise in terms of quality, design, technology and durability. It is a great responsibility, and we are proud to achieve it,” said Airton Cousseau, managing director, Nissan Mexico.

Approximately 70 percent of Nissan Mexico’s annual production goes to export. In 2002, Nissan reached one million exported vehicles from Mexico. In 2007, the company reached two million units, with the three-million milestone mark achieved in 2010. The four-millionth was accomplished within three years in 2013.

Export numbers include models such as the Sentra, Tiida, March, Note, Versa, Tsuru, NV200, NV200 Taxi NY, NV250 (VAN), NP300 and the new NP300 Frontier. During fiscal year 2014, Nissan Sentra had the largest export volume and was shipped mainly to the U.S. and Brazil, with a total of 219,336 units.

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Mercedes And Infiniti To Build Vehicles At New Factory In Mexico


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Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance are pushing their cooperation further with the announcement of a manufacturing joint venture called COMPAS (Cooperation Manufacturing Plant Aguascalientes).

GM To Invest $5 Billion In New Small Car Family For Emerging Markets


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General Motors is planning to spend $5 billion over the next several years to develop a new range of small cars based on a common architecture. The technology-rich vehicles will be built and sold as Chevrolets in China, Brazil, India, Mexico and other emerging markets.

First VŪHL 05 Supercar Delivered To Mexican Customer, UK Pricing Set At £59,995


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Most boutique automakers fail to make the transition from prototypes to production cars and that’s why we’re glad when one of them actually starts selling cars.

Red Corvette C7 Almost Totaled During High-Speed Crash


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Even though this car is instantly recognizable as a 2015 Chevrolet Corvette, the extent of the damage is quite vast.

Damn…Journalist Overturns BMW i8 During Test Drive In Mexico


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This just in from Mexico; a new BMW i8 flipped over in a crash that occurred near the capital Mexico City.

Kia Officially Enters Mexican Market With Forte Sedan, Sportage and Sorento


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Kia has officially entered Mexico, one of the last markets in which it didn’t have a presence.

VW Polo Sedan And Vento Get A Facelift Too


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You may not be aware of it, but the VW Polo Sedan still exists in markets like Russia and India, where it is called the Vento.

Ford Investing $2.5 Billion in Mexico to Build Engines and Transmissions


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Ford has announced investments totaling $2,5 billion in new engine and transmission plants in Mexico.

Toyota To Spend $1 Billion To Build Corollas In Mexico


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Toyota will build a new plant in the state of Guanajuato in Central Mexico to manufacture the Corolla. The company said it will invest approximately $1 billion in the new production facility, which is expected to employ around 2,000 people and have an annual capacity of 200,000 vehicles.