Nissan to Boost Americas Production Capacity

IRVINE, Calif. (August 26, 2013) - By early 2014, Nissan's production capacity will eclipse two million units in the Americas, driven by recently added capacity at its U.S. plants, as well as new facilities in Mexico and Brazil.
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Nissan Innovation on Stage at L.A. Auto Show

Nissan Innovation on Stage at L.A. Auto Show

Nissan Canton Hosts Fifth Annual Ministers Day.

Nissan Canton Hosts Fifth Annual Ministers Day.

Nissan Canton Hosts Fifth Annual Ministers Day

Nissan Canton Hosts Fifth Annual Ministers Day

Nissan LEAF Drives into the Record Books...Again

Nissan LEAF Drives into the Record Books...Again

Nissan Dominates in Mexico and Plans More Growth

Nissan Dominates in Mexico and Plans More Growth

Nissan Dominates in Mexico and Plans More Growth

Nissan Dominates in Mexico and Plans More Growth

Nissan Dominates in Mexico and Plans More Growth

Nissan Dominates in Mexico and Plans More Growth

Nissan Dominates in Mexico and Plans More Growth

Nissan Dominates in Mexico and Plans More Growth

Nissan Dominates in Mexico and Plans More Growth

Nissan Dominates in Mexico and Plans More Growth

Nissan Dominates in Mexico and Plans More Growth

Nissan Dominates in Mexico and Plans More Growth

"Bolt Gold" Nissan GT-R Charity Auction to Start Nov. 22

"Bolt Gold" Nissan GT-R Charity Auction to Start Nov. 22

A Gold Metal Message from Usain Bolt

A Gold Metal Message from Usain Bolt

2014 Nissan GT-R

2014 Nissan GT-R

2014 Nissan GT-R

2014 Nissan GT-R

2014 Nissan GT-R

2014 Nissan GT-R

2014 Nissan GT-R

2014 Nissan GT-R

2014 Nissan GT-R

2014 Nissan GT-R

Nissan EVP of Global Sales Takao Katagiri

Nissan EVP of Global Sales Takao Katagiri

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept