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Volkswagen de Mexico announced November 7 a new investment of $118 million to mark the start of the second stage of its engine plant located in the Guanajuato Puerto Interior industrial park. VW explained the additional funding will be used to manufacture new components that will be used in a new version of the EA888 […]

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VIA Motors inaugurated its first high-volume electric vehicle assembly line this week, located in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. The Governor, Dr. Fernando Toranzo, officiated at the ceremony along with VIA Motors president Alan Perriton, and Pablo Acedo, president of VIA Motors Latin America (VMLM). “I was impressed with how smooth, quiet, and powerful the truck […]

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Mazda will be machining and assembling SKYACTIV engines in a new Mexican factory. Mazda Motor Corporation has announced that it will construct an engine machining factory at its new vehicle production facility in Mexico, Mazda Motor Manufacturing de Mexico S.A. de C.V. (MMMdM). MMMdM is a joint venture between Mazda and Sumitomo Corporation. The new […]

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While the fully electric Nissan Leaf has been zooming across the country of Mexico for months, it is only later this year that Mexicans will be able to own one. So far, only taxi drivers and government officials in Mexico City and in Aguascalientes are driving them. Soon those in Mexico who want to drive […]

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About 70 taxi drivers in México have been driving fully electric Nissan Leafs for more than a year now as part of a pilot program launched in 2011. The project’s objective is to showcase the car’s technology while building experience and evidence of the Nissan Leaf potential under various driving conditions in Mexico. “The car […]

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