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New Energy Vehicle Layout for Multinational Vehicle Enterprises-Nissan

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New Energy Vehicle Layout for Multinational Vehicle Enterprises-Nissan

According to official data released by various multinational auto companies, Volkswagen won the top prize with sales data of 3.4 million vehicles, becoming the highest-selling multinational auto company in China in the first three quarters of this year. General Motors followed with 2.68 million vehicles, and Nissan ranked third with sales data of 1.1 million vehicles. Nissan will push more than 20 new energy vehicles in five years

Capacity planning:

Nissan's chief performance officer, Jose Munoz, said in an interview that in 2022, Nissan's production capacity in China will increase to 2.6 million vehicles, and by 2022, it will launch more than 40 new cars, of which more than 20 are pure electric vehicles, five of which will be on the market within two years, and the five new cars will come from Dongfeng. Limit different companies. In February this year, Nissan announced its five-year medium-term business plan for the Chinese market. The company and its joint venture partner Dongfeng Automobile will invest 60 billion yuan in the next five years for manufacturing, products, R&D and other fields. However, the specific scale of capacity expansion and the proportion of investment remain to be determined.

Factory layout:

In addition to the production of Qichen brand in Zhengzhou factory, Nissan Guangzhou Huadu factory began to operate in August to produce "Xuanyi Pure Electricity", which is another new energy automobile production base. In June this year, Nissan announced that it would invest 1 billion yuan jointly with Dongfeng Automobile Group to add a new production line to Changzhou Base in Jiangsu Province, and put it into operation at the beginning of 2020 with an annual capacity of 120,000 vehicles.

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