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South America: Nissan Sales Jump 14.3% in South America

Nissan’s sales increased 14.3% in South America for fiscal year 2017, and total vehicle sales in the region were the most since the company started operations in the region.

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Nissan Brazil Produces 30K Vehicles for Export

In its first year of producing vehicles for export, the plant produced 10,000 unites, and in the following year saw a 200% increase.

Toyota Unveils Flexible Fuel Hybrid Vehicle for Brazil

Toyota unveiled a prototype of what it’s calling a hybrid flexible-fuel vehicle (Hybrid FFV) for the Brazil market, which can be powered by gasoline and alternative fuel, such as ethanol, as well as Toyota’s hybrid system.

GM Investing $368M in Brazilian Facility Expansion

General Motors is investing approximately $368 million in renovating and expanding one of its industrial complexes in Brazil.

Fleet Market in Brazil on the Road to a Long Recovery

The strongest vocational segments operating commercial fleet vehicles are pharmaceuticals, agribusiness, and food corporations. But the majority of fleets in Brazil are smaller, with the average fleet size around 100 units.

Renault Targeting 10% Market Share in Brazil in 2018

Renault is aiming to achieve a market share of 10% in Brazil by the end of 2018 and will look to achieve this by expanding its operations across Latin America.

Brazil Auto Sales Expecting to Increase in 2018

Automotive sales in Brazil are expected to accelerate next year, beating prior forecasts, as Latin America’s largest economy continues to recover from political and economic instability

Daimler Delivers 72 Sprinters to Brazil Transportation Service

A door-to-door transportation service in Sau Paulo, Brazil, received 72 reconstructed Mercedes-Benz Sprinters to improve transportation capabilities for the disabled in the area.

GM to Invest $500M in Argentina Facility

Over the next three years, $300 million is set to be invested by GM itself, with the additional $200 million coming from the company’s supplier network.

Daimler Invests 600M Euro in Brazil

Mercedes-Benz do Brasil will focus its investments in modernizing its products, digital services, and into production plants in São Bernardo do Campo and Juiz de Fora.