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Mach-E's are now being produced at the Ford Motor Company Cuautitlan Stamping and Assembly Plant (CSAP):

"The production of Mustang Mach-E officially began at the Ford plant in Cuautitlán, State of Mexico, in recent months 307 pre-production units were assembled, the first units are for export, both for Europe and the United States, where they expect the model for the last quarter of the year, the commercialization of electricity in Mexico is not yet confirmed.

"Mexico is the perfect country to lead this transformation, thanks to the capacity and experience that Mexicans have shown in the design, engineering and manufacture of the brand's products," said Héctor Pérez, CEO of Ford of Mexico in a released statement. by brand.

A hundred Mexican engineers, out of the 2,000 who work at the Cuautitlán Engineering Center directed by Pérez, participated in the development of some modules for this vehicle.

To be able to export it to the United States and Canada, without paying a duty, the battery must now be assembled in the region, which led Ford to set up a line to assemble it at the Cuautitlán plant."


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What the hell is "the commercialization of electricity in Mexico is not yet confirmed" supposed to mean??? Kerosene lanterns only? Somebody miss-translated the Mexican CEO's statement, hopefully.
 

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What the hell is "the commercialization of electricity in Mexico is not yet confirmed" supposed to mean??? Kerosene lanterns only? Somebody miss-translated the Mexican CEO's statement, hopefully.
—The sale of the electric (Mach-e) in Mexico is not yet confirmed.—
 

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It must really suck to have cars like this made in your country, but not for sale there....

Does that happen anywhere else in the world?
 

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What the hell is "the commercialization of electricity in Mexico is not yet confirmed" supposed to mean??? Kerosene lanterns only? Somebody miss-translated the Mexican CEO's statement, hopefully.
My quick Google translate might be responsible for some of that.

Ford Mexico made another post to social:

Translated:
"## Did you know that the first #Mustang Mach-E assembled 100% by women was manufactured at the Cuautitlán, Mexico Plant 👩‍🔧👏. The design was intervened by the plastic artist María Fernanda Ochoa, who in each stroke symbolized female power."
http://instagr.am/p/CHO4TeWnB0Z/ http://instagr.am/p/CHODvncHhcF/
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It must really suck to have cars like this made in your country, but not for sale there....

Does that happen anywhere else in the world?
Actually yes. BMW makes a number of its crossovers in South Carolina in gasoline, hybrid, diesel, and electric only plugin hybid formats. US customers don't get the diesel versions though.
 
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