Mercedes considering a Mexican production facility

by SpeedLux

According to a latest report, Mercedes is considering a Mexican production facility.

Mercedes-Benz Mexico President Peter Tabera while speaking to El Financiero stated that the company had a clear interest in the domestic market of Mexcio and so Mercedes could open a plant there.

Tabera also hinted that Mercedes could join hands with Renault-Nissan to manufacture cars at a joint-plant. He said that this could turn out to be beneficial if Nissan decides to build a Mercedes-powered Infiniti at the proposed facility at Mexico.

Nothing has been officially confirmed, but Reuters has reported that one of their sources has confirmed that there is a good chance that a joint plant will be built in Mexico. The proposed facility would reportedly build the A-Class models which suggest that the plant will also be able to handle other models based on the MFA platform.

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