The new Hyundai Creta arrives this year, Chevrolet’s promised 2021 launches, preparation of the São Caetano plant for Nova Montana production, tax cuts on cars imported from Europe, and CAOA’s victory over Hyundai are the topics of this week’s Motor1.com.
The most anticipated comparison of this year between Volkswagen Taos, Jeep Compass and Toyota Corolla Cross has also been highlighted in the fencing duel of the moment. It’s worth checking out first impressions of the new Mini Cooper SE, the brand’s first 100% electric car in Brazil.
The new Hyundai Crete will have a digital license plate and will be launched later this year
New Hyundai Crete 2022 dashboard
Hyundai has confirmed the launch of the new Crete 2022 in Brazil at the end of this year. The brand has also released official images showing the exterior as well as some innovations inside the SUV. The highlight is the new digital painting and the completely renovated interior finishes. look here Official details of the new national island of Crete As well as the latest bust showing Full look back.
Chevrolet promises four versions for 2021 and we reveal which one will be
Teaser highlights Chevrolet’s four novelties
Chevrolet has released a teaser confirming the arrival of 4 new products this year in Brazil. Despite the image they try to hide, it is possible to see that they are talking about the Novo Bolt, the 100% electric model of the brand recently revamped, the Novo Equinox, a new version of the S10 pickup and also a special series of Cruze. know what to expect From every Chevrolet model here.
General Motors offers a factory upgrade to produce the new Chevrolet Montana
General Motors Factory – Chevrolet – Sao Caetano do Sul
This week, GM released a video where it began showing off its plant in São Caetano do Sul. The unit that produces the Tracker, Spin, and Onix Joy line has been adapted to receive New Montana’s assembly line. The goal of the updates is to turn the nearly century-old plant into one of the most efficient in the world. look at it Video with a statement from the CEO From the factory here.
Brazil will cut taxes on cars imported from Europe by 50%
Models imported from Europe will reduce taxes
Brazil will start cutting taxes on cars imported from Europe. This week, the Brazilian Foreign Ministry published plans to reduce tariffs for the trade agreement being signed between Mercosur and the European Union. Among the tariffs, the creation of an annual quota for the import of cars with the tax cut in half. See all details and deadline for Import tax is reset.
The CAA wins the dispute with Hyundai and maintains import exclusivity
New Hyundai Tucson, Santa Fe, Azera, Elantra, Santa Cruz, Ionic, Palisade, place up to Veloster. All such imported models will remain under the responsibility of the CAOA Group. The Brazilian group will continue to decide which ones will be sold here. The decision of the Arbitration Court in Frankfurt, Germany, preserves the right of CAOA Group to produce and import Hyundai vehicles exclusively for another 10 years in Brazil. The decision provides more stability for the group to make investments and bring news to Brazil. See details of the decision here.
Comparison: Jeep Compass vs Volkswagen Taos and Toyota Corolla Cross
This week we publish a super comparison with the 3 hottest news of the moment: the leader of the Compass welcomed the new arrivals Taos and Corolla Cross. check performance numbers, Pictures with all the details, as well as a video with the impressions of the models.
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