LOS ANGELES – Although it vowed not to create a brand targeting younger buyers when rival Toyota Motor Corp. launched Scion in the U.S. nearly three years ago, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. may need to rethink that in the future, an official says. “Within the Nissan brand we (currently) can handle younger customers, but someday we may need a third brand,” Thomas Lane, corporate vice president-product planning and strategy, tells Ward’s in a recent interview here. Asked about Nissan’s current ...
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