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Nissan plans more cuts to production, model range – report
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2nd Feb 2020
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Nissan plans more cuts to production, model range – report

Overseas reports claim Nissan is making aggressive cuts to plans made under former CEO and now fugitive Carlos Ghosn. A report from news agency Reuters claims that, in an aim to add 480 billion yen (A$6.55 billion) to the company’s bottom line by March 2023, Nissan is going to cut its global product range down to 62 vehicles by the end of 2022. Slower-selling and less profitable options and trims will also be removed from remaining products.
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William Stopford
Infiniti readying new infotainment system
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4th Nov 2019
1 min read

Infiniti readying new infotainment system

Infiniti will give its most important 2020 models a new dual-screen infotainment system, complete with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, in the critical North American market. Although it already has a dual-screen infotainment system in its stable, Nissan's luxury arm has treated it to a number of updates, including an updated navigation system with Google imagery, and the ability to update maps with over-the-air updates.
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Scott Collie
Infiniti design chief defects to Kia
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8th Sep 2019
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Infiniti design chief defects to Kia

Kia have appointed Karim Habib as senior vice president and the head of company's design centre. In his role as the head of the Kia Design Center in Namyang, South Korea, Habib will oversee the exterior and interior designs for all of the brand's vehicles. Habib will begin with the carmaker at the beginning of October, and will report to Luc Donckerwolke, chief design officer for the entire Hyundai Motor Group.
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Derek Fung
2020 Nissan Skyline revealed for Japan, not for Oz
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16th Jul 2019
2 min read

2020 Nissan Skyline revealed for Japan, not for Oz

Nissan Japan has revealed the facelifted Skyline this week, headlined by a new twin-turbo V6 petrol option for the region and the introduction of the brand’s semi-autonomous ProPilot 2.0 driver assistance systems. Set to go on sale during the Japanese autumn, the 2020 Nissan Skyline – essentially a rebadged version of the Infiniti Q50 sold elsewhere – scores a new nose that is the latest iteration of the company’s ‘V-Motion’ grille design.
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James Wong
Departments overseeing Nissan and Renault cooperation being axed - report
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20th Jun 2019
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Departments overseeing Nissan and Renault cooperation being axed - report

Departments overseeing cooperation between Nissan and Renault are reportedly losing staff, or have nothing to do. Sources have told the Financial Times the departments within the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance overseeing cooperation and joint functions are either being axed completely, or have gone without work assignments for months. The alliance departments overseeing sales and marketing, communications, and light commercial vehicles are said to be shrinking and dismissing staff.
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Derek Fung