Despite higher growth rates, Brazil auto production still behind Mexico’s
Despite a 12.1% hike in automotive production during the first five months of 2018, Brazil is still behind Mexico’s output volume, which increased just 3.9% in the same period.  Such data suggests that Mexico will once again remain leader in Latin American car production, although there have bee...
GM unveils the new Chevrolet Blazer to be built in Ramos Arizpe
Well, the speculation is over. Yesterday Chevrolet confirmed that is bringing back the iconic Blazer nameplate except that technically is not a SUV, but a mid-size, five-passenger crossover that will fit between the Equinox and the third-row seat Chevy Traverse.  The unit will be powered by an inl...
Volvo inaugurates plant in South Carolina; will rely on at least 29 suppliers from Mexico
Chinese-owned Swedish automaker Volvo Cars yesterday inaugurated its first plant in the U.S. in a ceremony that also served for the reveal of its redesigned S60 sedan, which will officially enter production during the fall.  All cars rolling out of the assembly line, located in South Carolina, wi...
Hyundai, Kia and Genesis dominate J.D. Power's 2018 Initial Quality Study
Hyundai, Kia and Genesis, the three Korean brands controlled by the Hyundai Motor Group snatched the three top spots of J.D. Power's 2018 Initial Quality Study (IQS) for having the fewest glitches and design flaws. The Genesis luxury brand topped the list with 68 problems per 100 cars, beating Pors...
Ford enters the taxi business with hybrid Fusion sedan 
In an attempt to boost sales of the 2019 Ford Fusion, the Dearborn, Michigan automaker launched a version specially equipped to operate as a cab, which promises to be “Ford’s most fuel-efficient, purpose-built taxi ever”. “Taxi operators want vehicles that are reliable, efficient and comfor...

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