Production of Opel Vivaro and other next-gen X-83 models to move to France next year.
MADRID – Nissan’s Barcelona plant will build an all-new model car after all, now that the Japanese auto maker has reversed an earlier decision to produce the vehicle at either its Sunderland, U.K., operation or Turkey assembly plant. Barcelona initially was targeted for the program, but failure to reach a new concessionary deal with labor unions there late last year had Nissan looking to source the vehicle elsewhere. Only after a deal was struck in January, followed by ...
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