Nissan Common Module Family includes engine bay, cockpit, front underbody, rear underbody and electrical/electronic components.
NASHVILLE – The Renault-Nissan Alliance plans to have nearly 80% of its lineup based on its Common Module Family architecture by the end of the decade, a top executive says. CMF allows engineers to create vehicles by mixing and matching different modules, including engine bay, cockpit, front underbody, rear underbody and electrical/electronic architecture. By employing the strategy, the automaker is able to better leverage economies of scale and reduce engineering costs. Using ...
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