Renault-Nissan Alliance posts record €2.9B synergies in 2013 ahead of launch of first common module family vehicles

Common Module Family (CMF) is the Alliance's unique system of modular architecture and an increasing source of synergies. CMF enables Renault and Nissan to build a wide range of vehicles from a smaller pool of parts, while at the same time increasing customer choice and quality. Small vehicles are based on CMF-A, while mid-sized vehicles are CMF-B, and the largest vehicles are CMF-C/D. In November 2013, Nissan began selling its first vehicle on CMF in the United States; the new Rogue sports utility vehicle is built on CMF-C/D. The following month, Nissan began selling the X-Trail crossover SUV in Japan, also based on CMF-C/D. In February, Nissan began selling the Qashqai crossover in Europe. The first model based on CMF at Renault will be the replacement for the Espace, which will debut in 2015 on CMF-C/D.
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Nissan GT-R LM NISMO

Nissan GT-R LM NISMO

Nissan GT-R LM NISMO

Nissan GT-R LM NISMO

Nissan GT-R LM NISMO

Nissan GT-R LM NISMO

Nissan GT-R LM NISMO

Nissan GT-R LM NISMO

American Red Cross

American Red Cross

Nissan’s LM P1 drivers proud to support “Red Thumb” road safety initiative

Nissan’s LM P1 drivers proud to support “Red Thumb” road safety initiat ...

The Nissan R90CK on track at Le Mans in 1990

The Nissan R90CK on track at Le Mans in 1990

Nissan celebrates 1990 pole lap of Le Mans with retro livery for LM P1 car

Nissan celebrates 1990 pole lap of Le Mans with retro livery for LM P1 car

Nissan celebrates 1990 pole lap of Le Mans with retro livery for LM P1 car

Nissan celebrates 1990 pole lap of Le Mans with retro livery for LM P1 car

Nissan celebrates 1990 pole lap of Le Mans with retro livery for LM P1 car

Nissan celebrates 1990 pole lap of Le Mans with retro livery for LM P1 car

Ben Bowlby

Ben Bowlby

Alex Buncombe

Alex Buncombe

Darren Cox

Darren Cox

Jann Mardenborough

Jann Mardenborough

Tsugio Matsuda

Tsugio Matsuda

Lucas Ordóñez

Lucas Ordóñez

INFOGRAPHIC: Le Mans 24 Hours

INFOGRAPHIC: Le Mans 24 Hours

Lucas Ordóñez, Mark Shulzhitskiy, Tsugio Matsuda

Lucas Ordóñez, Mark Shulzhitskiy, Tsugio Matsuda

Olivier Pla

Olivier Pla

Mark Shulzhitskiy

Mark Shulzhitskiy

Harry Tincknell

Harry Tincknell

Max Chilton, Olivier Pla, Jann Mardenborough

Max Chilton, Olivier Pla, Jann Mardenborough

Michael Krumm, Harry Tincknell, Alex Buncombe

Michael Krumm, Harry Tincknell, Alex Buncombe

Nissan Le Mans Driver Team

Nissan Le Mans Driver Team