Nissan to sell own hybrid car in 2010 - paper


TOKYO, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. plans to sell a hybrid vehicle developed in-house in 2010, limiting its licensing ties with Toyota Motor Corp. to the Altima sedan due in the United States next year, Japanese daily Yomiuri Shimbun reported on Saturday. Japan's two biggest car makers signed a deal in 2002 under which Toyota would sell its hybrid system to Nissan. Nissan, held 44 percent by France's Renault SA , has lagged in the development of the powertrain, which twins a ...

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