Nissan may abandon GT-R and 370Z modelsMay 24, 2020
The restructuring of Nissan’s Europe division may halt the release of the GT-R and 370Z sports cars, as well as the Navara pickup.
As reported on Sunday, May 24, Reuters, relying on 3 of its sources in the corporation, Nissan may stop producing models such as the GT-R, 370Z and Navara.
The car manufacturer will unveil all the details about the restructuring of the office in Europe on May 28. The corporation is going to focus on the popular crosses as the most profitable cars.
So, Qashqai, Juke, X-Trail and Ariya will be available to European customers. The car market in Europe accounts for only about a tenth of the total sales volume of the concern, and this trend is unlikely to change soon.
The most promising market, according to the Japanese automaker, is the United States – the brand is going to increase its share of sales to one third, and another third should be in China.
In addition, the cost of a restyled Nissan Juke has previously become known. The first new product will be the inhabitants of Australia.
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