Today, during a visit to the construction site for Nissan's new Vehicle Plant in Resende, Brazil, in the State of Rio de Janeiro, Carlos Ghosn, President and CEO, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., announced that the Industrial Complex will also include an Engine Plant. The new engine plant will open in 2014 with a capacity to produce up to 200,000 engines per year.
Nissan and Vesta (BMV: Vesta), an industrial real estate developer from Mexico, signed a definitive agreement for the development of a Douki Seisan Park (DSP) on site at the company's new Aguascalientes, Mexico manufacturing plant.
Nissan will present to Argentinean car enthusiasts at the Buenos Aires International Motor Show new releases for 2013 -- Altima and Versa. Also present will be other globally successful models such as JUKE, Pathfinder and the new Sentra.