Mexico

Uber

Uber Is Deploying Drones To Display Ads To Motorists During Traffic Jams In Mexico

Uber has hit upon a unique advertising method using drones that hover over motorists caught in traffic jams in Mexico. more

Inferno' Red Carpet And Photo Call, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

A Ride From Hell? Supercar Inferno Production Begins This Year

Prepare for a hell of a ride as the Inferno - Mexico's latest supercar - is ready to release its 1400hp power as manufacturers confirm that production will begin this year. more

Health Secretary Andy Burnham Visits Nissan

Bid Goodbye To The Nissan Sentra As New Safety Regulations Flagged It As Unsafe

Bid Goodbye To The 1991 Nissan Sentra, at least in Mexico, as new safety regulations become tougher and the latter failed to comply on the safety system needed. more

Nissan In Talks With Mitsubishi Motors

Senior Management For North America Branch Of Nissan Changes, Mayra Gonzales Is First Ever Female Executive

Nissan will be changing their management in North America. Mayra Gonzalez has been tapped for the job. more

Ford

Ford Picks Mexico to Build New Fuel-Efficient Engines, Transmissions

The Detroit-based automaker said Friday it will spend $2.5 billion on two new facilities that will bring 3,800 new jobs to Mexico. more

Toyota Logo

Toyota Resumes Plant Expansion, Moves Corolla Production

Toyota is back and ready to start making production plants again, at least in China and Mexico. more

BMW

Mexico Grows Vehicle Production

Mexico is forecast to be the fourth-largest source of German luxury vehicle production by the end of the decade. more

General Motors

GM Shifting Jobs Back to Mexico?

A source has told Reuters that production of the Chevrolet Equinox will be shifting from Spring Hill, Tenn., to Mexico in 2017. more

Osamu Masuko

Chrysler To Rebadge Mitsubishi

Chrysler has announced a five-year agreement through Chrysler de Mexico to rebadge Mitsubishi sedans. more

Daimler Renault Alliance

Daimler, Nissan Collaborate

Industry sources have told Reuters that the three-way alliance will take on its biggest project to produce Mercedes and Infiniti vehicles in Mexico. more

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