Next-gen Titan due in late 2014.
NEW YORK – Working to become the industry leader in zero-emissions vehicles hasn't shifted Nissan’s focus away from conventionally powered vehicles, says Andy Palmer, executive vice president-product planning. Some new models will result from collaborations with other auto makers. For instance, Nissan is readying the debut of an all-new micro-car to be built in a joint venture with Mitsubishi at Mitsubishi’s Mizushima, Japan, plant. Mitsubishi will offer the new ...
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