The city of Monterrey, in the state of Nuevo León, Mexico, is preparing to host a landmark event that will showcase the latest innovations and trends in electromobility, a sector that is transforming the way we move and interact with our environment.
The “Americas Mobility of the Future 2023” will take place on June 6 and 7 at the Cintermex convention center, and will be the first time that this event is held in Latin America. The goal is to position Nuevo León as a leading destination for investment and development in electromobility, a field that encompasses electric vehicles, smart grids, renewable energy sources, and digital platforms.
The announcement was made by the governor of Nuevo León, Samuel García Sepúlveda, during his visit to the Mobility Fair in Hannover, Germany, where he met with representatives of global companies such as Siemens and Tesla, among others. He invited them to join the event and explore the opportunities that Nuevo León offers for their businesses.
“We want Nuevo León to become the world’s electromobility hub. We already have first-class companies like Siemens here, and we are looking forward to welcoming Tesla’s Gigafactory, which will be the largest in the world and will produce more electric cars than anywhere else,” he said.
The governor also highlighted the technological advances that are being promoted in Hannover, such as electric car assembly, automation, driverless vehicles, and industrial metaverse. He said that these technologies will soon arrive in Nuevo León, where they will create new jobs, improve efficiency, and reduce environmental impact.
García Sepúlveda also shared his vision for the future of mobility at the “Hannover Messe 2023” event, where he was a keynote speaker before authorities and entrepreneurs from Europe, the United States, and Latin America. He emphasized the importance of collaboration and innovation to face the challenges and opportunities of a changing world.