Mercedes is reportedly considering a Mexican production facility. It would likely be built with the assistance of Renault-Nissan.
According to a recent report, Mercedes is considering a Mexican production facility.
Speaking to El Financiero, Mercedes-Benz Mexico President Peter Tabera said "There is a clear interest in the domestic market [of Mexcio]" and Mercedes could open a plant there.
Tabera also hinted Mercedes could team up with Renault-Nissan to produce cars at a joint-plant. He said this could be beneficial if Nissan decides to build a Mercedes-powered Infiniti at the proposed facility.
Nothing is official, but Reuters is reporting that one of their sources has confirmed there is a "good chance" that a joint plant will be built in Mexico.
The proposed facility would reportedly build the A-Class which suggests it could also handle other models based on the MFA platform.