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Apr 26, 2019

On April 23, Fiat announced the launch of the Argo Trekking model as the company seeks to expand sales of its popular model in Latin America.
The Argo ranked among the 10 best-selling vehicles in Brazil in 2018 and began 2019 accelerating strongly in its sales with a growth of 22% in market share compared to 2018.
The Argo Trekking arrives as a more adventurous version for the young-minded consumers that want to go beyond the big urban centers, and features a Firefly 1.3-liter engine that produces 109 hp and 14.2 kgfm of torque.
Equipped with new 205/60R15 91H S-ATR WL tread tires for mixed use and a raised suspension with new springs and shock absorbers that offers 210 mm of ground clearance, the new Argo Trekking is 40 mm higher than the Drive 1.3 version.
Among many other stylistic and functional features, the Argo Trekking is equipped with a vertical cargo net that allows better organization of objects in the trunk.
The Argo Trekking is produced at Fiat’s Betim plant in Brazil.

(Fiat press release on April 23, 2019)

Apr 25, 2019

On April 22 at an auto parts industry meeting, Toyota President of Brazil Rafael Chang revealed that there are already 12 or 13 local suppliers willing to work with the TNGA platform, which will be used for the Corolla hybrid flex, the first vehicle of its kind to be produced in the world.
"I still cannot talk about the local content index goal or the volume of production, but we are negotiating with our Brazilian partners," commented Chang, highlighting that for now there is no move to bring in new suppliers to the country.
In Chang's assessment, investment in hybrid models is the basis for development of the Brazilian industry, saying "The electric will still take a long time to scale. That's why I consider the hybrid the first step to working with our suppliers on the electric vehicle, without having to take a big leap at once."
The modular TNGA platform, used also by the Prius, is designed to serve as a basis for electric, hybrid or combustion models.
The Corolla hybrid flex will launch later in 2019 and be sold only in Brazil.
"In its 12th generation, we will have flex and flex hybrid for the local market, in addition to the gasoline and gasoline hybrid for export" said Chang.
The Corolla and Corolla flex hybrid are assembled in Indaiatuba, Brazil.

(Fenabrave press release on April 22, 2019)

Apr 24, 2019

On April 17, Hyundai Motor Brazil celebrated the sale of its one millionth HB20 in Brazil.
In Premium trim, the vehicle was equipped with 1.6-liter engine and automatic transmission.
The first HB20 was sold 6 1/2 years earlier on October 10, 2012, the year of Hyundai's arrival in Brazil.
According to Fenabrave (National Federation of the Distribution of Motor Vehicles), 22,051 HB20 vehicles were sold from October to December 2012, only in the hatchback version.
In 2013, its first full year, sales volume jumped to 157,702 units with three versions available, including the HB20 (hatchback), HB20S (sedan) and HB20X (adventurer).
Hyundai sold 179,907 units in 2014, 163,674 units in 2015 and 167,639 units in 2016.
In 2017, the year in which the Hyundai Crete compact SUV was launched, 137,771 HB20 vehicles were sold, while in 2018, 137,661 units were sold.
In the first three months of 2019, 30,725 units were sold.
Hyundai manufactures its HB20 and Crete models in Piracicaba, Brazil.

(Hyundai press release on April 17, 2019)