Nissan is introducing a new customer-oriented dealership model to complement a new brand identity. The Japanese automaker will go global with the design, starting in North America and specifically with the 1,100 Nissan stores in the U.S. The signage part of the project — featuring a new Nissan badge — is expected to take three years to implement. Building construction work — ranging from erecting new facilities to retrofitting existing structures — is planned over seven-10 years. ...
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