It all started with a call from Elon Musk to Marcelo Ebrard in 2021: the secretary of the Mexican foreign minister told him that the very owner of Tesla was speaking to him, but he did not believe him... until he heard the voice of the South African tycoon.
The Diagnosis and Recommendations for the transition of the automotive industry in Mexico was presented at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, headed by Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, where industry leaders, officials and experts highlighted the need to move towards the electrification of transportation in Mexico as something strategic to give viability and competitiveness to the sector.
Mexico has just presented a "road map" to boost the production and sale of electric vehicles. One of the axes that various governments -including Mexico's main trading partner, the United States- are promoting to reduce their emissions.
The Mexican Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard, confirmed that the electric car company Tesla, owned by magnate Elon Musk, is interested in investing in Mexico, where it could settle in the city of Monterrey or next to the new Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA) in the capital.
The Mx Alliance of the University of California and the team of the General Directorate of Global Economic Impulse of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs presented the Diagnosis and Recommendations study for the electrification of transport.
The presentation of the Diagnosis and Recommendations for the Transition of the Automotive Industry in Mexico was carried out.
In order to listen to all the relevant players in the automotive industry in Mexico and its derivatives, the Working Group for the Electrification of Transportation proposed organizing round tables with the competent legal bodies on lithium, with the aim of guaranteeing that this resource generate the greatest benefits for the country.
Mexico.- The presentation of the Diagnosis and Recommendations for the Transition to Electromobility of the Automotive Industry in Mexico was carried out at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Secretary of Foreign Relations, Marcelo Ebrard, led the presentation of the "Diagnosis and Recommendations for the Transition of the Automotive Industry", carried out by the United States-Mexico High Level Working Group for the Electrification of Transportation.
When we presented the United States-Mexico High-Level Group for the Electrification of Transportation a year ago, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it seemed a long way off to be able to count on a diagnosis that, together with a series of recommendations, would serve to give us the impetus necessary for the transition of the Mexican automotive industry to electromobility. Today this is already a reality and a panorama of opportunities for our country is glimpsed.