Nissan will have to cut production by 30%July 17, 2020
The Japanese automaker continues to change its production plan due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Nissan Motor is going to cut production volumes by 30 percent due to low demand
Recall that many automakers due to the coronavirus pandemic and the quarantine measures introduced around the world are faced with a serious problem – customers have stopped buying cars. The cut in production is reported by the Reuters news agency, citing its own sources.
So, according to media reports, in the period from April to the end of December 2020, the global production plan of Nissan includes 2.6 million cars. For comparison, during the same period of 2019, the Japanese produced 3.7 million cars. In general, for the 2019th fiscal year, 4.6 million cars rolled off the conveyors of Nissan car factories.
Taking into account the reduction in production by the results of the current year, the company may produce a little over 3 million cars.
Earlier our portal said that Nissan presented an updated logo – more modern and symbolic. It has already been tried on by the Nissan Ariya electric crossover.
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