Mar 12, 2019

Nissan cuts two models from Sunderland plant

Nissan plans to end the production of two of its Infiniti cars at Sunderland. It's part of a bigger plan that involves pulling the Infiniti brand out of Western Europe. "Western Europe remains the most challenging and competitive region for premium cars," Infiniti's chief spokesman, Trevor Hale, said. Instead, Nissan plans to promote the Infiniti brand in the US and Chinese markets. In the US it plans to focus Infiniti on sports-utility vehicles and in China it plans to launch five new vehicles.

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