Jan. 10, 2015
Nissan sold its first automobile in the U.S. in 1958, with U.S. manufacturing beginning in June of 1983 as a white Nissan pickup truck rolled off the assembly line.
Investment: $2.9 billion. Employees: More than 6,000. Facility: 4.2 million square feet. Property: 1,034 acres. Production start: May 27, 2003.
Investment: $6 billion. Workforce: More than 8,000. Facility: 5.9 million square feet*. Property: 884 acres. Production started: June 16, 1983.
Investment: $1 billion. Work Force: More than 1,500. Facility: 1.1 million square feet. Property: 964 acres. Production started: May 16, 1997.
Nissan Design America (NDA) began as Nissan Design International in 1979 in San Diego, established as a "satellite studio" for Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. with less than a dozen members.
Nissan North America offers tours of Nissan production plants to the public.
Consumer Reports: "Top Pick" for Family Sedan
Consumer Reports: "Top Pick" for Four-Cylinder Family Sedan
Nissan announced plans to build a $930 million manufacturing plant in Canton, Miss.