Grupo Industrial Saltillo creates global engineering arm for its automotive division
Grupo Industrial Saltillo, S.A.B. de C.V. (GISSA), the Mexican manufacturer of auto parts, housing equipment and kitchenware, announced that Draxton, its automotive division, will set up a research and development department to better adapt its production processes to the requirements of its custome...
Next-gen Mazda3 to debut next month in Los Angeles, the automaker confirms
Japanese automaker Mazda Motor Corporation released a 15-second video showing a glimpse of what is likely the next-generation Mazda3. The ad says that the vehicle will make its debut next month, which backups previous reports that the unveiling will take place at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The vehi...
Mexico-made Volkswagen Jetta enters the Brazilian market
The all-new Volkswagen Jetta began to be marketed this month in Brazil, where it will face a tight market in which 14 brands are betting on the compact sedans segment, according to a report by Just-auto.com (subscription required). The main rivals with which the vehicle manufactured in Puebla will ...
Mobility ADO places order of 144 Volvo 9800 coaches
Volvo Buses division announced it has received an order for 144 Volvo 9800 coaches from Mobility ADO, one of the largest coach operators in Mexico. The vehicles will be delivered in 2019. The new Volvo coaches will join an already existing fleet of almost 350 Volvo 9800 coaches at Mobility ADO. Th...
Ford readies layoffs amid global restructuring plan
A few weeks after Ford Motor Company announced that steel and aluminum tariffs will cost it US$ 1 billion in profit, the Dearborn, Michigan-based automaker revealed that a global restructuring plan is in the works to revamp its managing operations. However, the company made clear that the measure d...

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