SAN JOSE, CA – Nissan North America Inc. is forging ahead with in-house efforts to develop a next-generation Nissan Titan fullsize pickup following the collapse of a contract-assembly deal with Chrysler Group LLC. Nissan remains open to new partnerships, but options involving truck development are “limited,” says Larry Dominique, vice-president-product planning, the Americas. The only other players in the segment – General Motors Co., Ford Motor Co. and Toyota Motor Corp. – are ...

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