Volvo - Raymundo Cavazos
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Raymundo Cabazos
Managing Director
Volvo Car
Raymundo Cavazos, Managing Director of Volvo Car Mexico, explains how the company is embracing the EV revolution while coping with the sales downturn.
Inphographic: An electric future
Infographic
Although their share in the Mexican market is still less than 1 percent, electric and hybrid vehicles have become a priority for OEMs around the world
Torben Eckardt
Insight
Torben Eckardt
Former Managing Director
Volvo Car México
“Every week, 400 people die on the streets in Mexico because of traffic accidents,” says Eckardt
Torben Eckardt
Insight
Torben Eckardt
Managing Director
Volvo Car México
Eckardt has high expectations for Mexico and he is sure Volvo will be able to mimic its success in the European market.
Radek Jelinek
Roundtable
Radek Jelinek
Radek Jelinek
President and Director General
Mercedes-Benz México

The future will be autonomous and cars will become boxes of data, proving a new challenge especially for companies in the premium segment. Although we were previously distinguished by our drivetrain and performance, new technologies will shift clients’ focus. People will stop driving and will use vehicles as a platform to work on other activities. The car will have to know what its passengers want, your likes and dislikes and even how are you feeling health-wise. We are already on top of these new trends, becoming the first company to release a production car with license plates for autonomous-driving tests in the state of Nevada. For 131 years, Mercedes-Benz has been a trend setter striving for constant innovation. That is what will make us move forward in the future.

The automotive industry is gradually transforming into a mobility industry and in this paradigm shift, technology will play a crucial role
MAS 2015
News Article
Mexico Automotive Summit 2015:Key Trends in the Consumer Market for Light Vehicles panel highlights
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