The Week in Automotive
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Stellantis aims to invest in electromobility, while Pirelli will open a R&D center in Guanajuato. This and more in the weekly roundup.
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Following 1Q22 results, OEMs expect production to continue increasing. Read this and more in your weekly roundup.
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Amid new labor expectations, illegal vehicle imports and supply chain crises, Mexico became the fourth top auto part manufacturer globally.
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The automotive industry keeps pushing forward initiatives to increase gender diversity.
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The Mexican automotive industry has maintained its global manufacturing position despite numerous challenges and ongoing electrification efforts.
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All industry players are interested in the future of Mexican electromobility but the road ahead presents a myriad of challenges.
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The expanding global EV market continues to dominate industry focus; February brings opportunities and challenges for the industry and its talent.
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EV adoption, “chocolate” cars and FDI continue to be the auto industry’s strongest concerns.
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Nissan confirmed that Mexico will become its first electrified country in Latin America. Read this and more in your weekly roundup!
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