Nissan invests USD302 million in Tochigi plant in Japan to produce next-generation of electrified, intelligent vehicles

Corporate developments

Japanese automaker will also invest in upgrading its other plants around the world

Nissan has announced plans to make substantial investment in advanced production technologies and equipment at its plants around the world to prepare them to produce the next-generation of electrified and intelligent vehicles, the company said in a press release today. The automaker has earmarked an initial investment of JPY33 billion (USD302 million) at its Tochigi plant in Japan. Nissan plans to complete upgrading work its Tochigi plant in 2020. The company will roll out its advanced production technologies across factories globally later.

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