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Nissan Unveils EV36Zero – A £1bn Electric Vehicle (EV) Hub In Sunderland, UK

Nissan will build a new-generation all-electric vehicle in the UK, while Envision AESC, will build a new 9GWh-capacity gigafactory equipped with state of the art battery technology

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All-New Nissan Magnite Will Continue To Be Available At Introductory Prices

Nissan India has reached a colossal milestone with the launch of the all-new Nissan Magnite. Our brand philosophy of keeping the customer at the centre of everything we do enables us to create a game changer with a revolutionary value proposition.

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Nissan Motor To Reduce Presence In Europe As Part Of Turnaround Plan - Yomiuri

The Japanese motor company is currently moving its operations away from Europe and shifting its focus to China, the United States, and Japan.

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Twenty Years Ago Nissan Squeezed Suppliers, Now It Needs Their Help

Nissan is planning to revamp the ageing vehicle line-up, with 12 new models over the next few years. Pulling that off will mean working more closely with parts makers.

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Nissan Receives 5,000 Bookings For Its Compact SUV Magnite

The company has also received over 50,000 enquiries for the vehicle which was launched on December 2 at an introductory price of Rs 4.99 lakh onwards, with more than 20 variants, Nissan Motor India said in a release.

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Nissan explores possible sale of 34% stake in Mitsubishi Motors - Bloomberg

Nissan, which is 43% owned by Renault, last week cut its operating loss forecast for the year to March by 28% to 340 billion yen (2.5 billion pounds), helped by a rebound in demand, especially in China.

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Helped By Restructuring, Japan's Nissan Trims Whopping Loss Forecast

Japan's third-largest automaker has been hit hard by the pandemic, just as it was trying to recover from the scandal over the ousting of Ghosn on financial misconduct allegations, which he denies. It has particularly struggled in North America, where it is hampered by an ageing model line-up.

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Nissan's Prospects Brighten As China Rebounds, But Struggle Ahead For Weakened Car Maker

Nissan's second-quarter results are likely to highlight how it is falling further behind domestic rivals Toyota Motor Corp and Honda Motor Co Ltd, both of which last week raised their profit estimates thanks partly to an uptick in demand from China, the world's largest auto market.

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Nissan Plots Digital Course For Car Sales In A Post-Pandemic World

China, consumers can't do the same, but they are open to buying cars online; in the first nine months of this year, 17% of the roughly 758,000 new Nissan cars sold there were bought online

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Nissan Develops Techniques To Speed Up Production Of Carbon Fibre Parts

They involve accurately simulating the behaviour of resin injected into carbon fibre when shaping CFRP components, according to Nissan.

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Japan Automakers Post 12% Slide In July Global Vehicle Sales

Total global production at Japan's seven major automakers fell 14.4% year-on-year to 1.99 million units last month, improving from a 26.1% tumble in June.

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In India, A Diminished Nissan Bets Big On A Small SUV

Japan's No. 2 automaker has, however, no plans to withdraw from India, where it has invested over $800 million, and discussions about strategy are ongoing

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Nissan Sees $4.5 Billion Annual Operating Loss As Pandemic Hinders Turnaround Efforts

Nissan posted an operating loss of 153.9 billion yen, its second consecutive quarterly loss after falling 94.8 billion yen into the red in January-March.

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Nissan Plans 30% Cut In Output To December As Virus Hits Demand

Global automakers are struggling after factories were shuttered earlier this year to stem the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.

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Nissan Bets On New Ariya Electric SUV To Symbolise Its Revamp, But Sales Plans Modest

The Ariya will go head to head with the Model Y SUV crossover, which Tesla began delivering in March and starts at around $50,000, as well as Ford's Mustang Mach-E SUV which is due out later this year and is also expected to be priced around $50,000.

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