Mercedes and Infinity in a Mexican Collaboration
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Mercedes-Benz and Nissan have announced their join forces to open a new assembly plant in Mexico. The billion-euro project will create, roughly, 5, 700 new jobs in the country.
The expensive venture opening will be split evenly between the two auto giants and it will mark the start of the Infinity Mercedes partnership. Both companies are opening the assembly plant with the intention of creating and launching a new line of premium compact cars.
The new Infinity is planned to hit the markets in 2017 and the new Mercedes a year later.
Both companies are still keeping quiet about any detail regarding the new models.
Read the full article at Autoblog.com.
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