Nissan plans to manufacture a new C-segment car at its Sunderland plant in the U.K. in 2014, the second all-new hatchback announced since March. Production capacity for the newest model, which will compete with the Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf, will be about 80,000 units annually, triggering the need for an additional shift. This will see both production lines operating around the clock for the first time in the plant’s 26-year history, a move that will raise manufacturing ...

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