Eight years after it created the compact crossover segment, the one millionth Juke has rolled off the line at Nissan Sunderland Plant. On average, a brand new Juke is built at the plant every 105 seconds.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. has reached a new milestone with 150 million vehicles produced globally. It took 73 years for Nissan to produce its first 100 million vehicles after the company was founded in 1933, and another 11 years to build the last 50 million.
Production has started on Nissan’s new extra-large press at its manufacturing plant in Sunderland. The £37 million pound project has taken just over 18 months to complete, since ground was broken mid-way through 2015.
Nissan recorded a significant 30th anniversary in the UK in 2016, with output of more than 500,000 vehicles, cementing its position as the largest British car plant in history, and major investments pointing the way to further growth.
Production of the all-new Nissan Micra has begun, with the first cars rolling off the line in the last few days. Final checks have ensured they are finished to the highest quality. Deliveries to Nissan retailers and customers will commence from mid-Februar
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Nissan is delivering innovation and excitement to the Paris Motor Show, catapulting its product line-up to a whole new level with the rebirth of the iconic Nissan Micra. The company is also building on its Intelligent Mobility vision, announced at the Gene