GM may develop hybrid cars in Brazil

A General Motors (GM), an American automotive manufacturing company, is one of the great names of the current market. The enormous popularity of the automaker makes it the target of constant rumors about the future of productions, and even about the models that are to come.

This time, a new possibility brings to light the hybrid car production directly in Brazil, and puts an end to rumors about end of the work from the GM in the country. It must be said that all this is part of the new hypotheses that keep appearing, and therefore, it is interesting to find out more about each of them. See the details!

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Vice president says GM does not intend to leave Brazil

Not long ago, a new rumor involving national productions of GM left many people uncertain about the future of the automaker in the country. Theoretically, the General Motors would follow the same path as Fordthat is, it would stop to produce in Brazil.

To resolve the issue once and for allthe current vice president communications and government relations GM, Fábio Ruasmade it clear that the General does not intend to leave Brazilwhich means that productions will continue at full steam.

Fábio’s speech was at Autodata Congress Perspectives 2024and, in addition to being categorical As for the rumors involving the productions, the vice-president also left a “I’m intrigued” regarding the possibility of producing hybrid models in the country.

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source: Terra

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