Nissan is a Japanese car manufacturer with factories in 20 countries and operations in more than 160. Since 1935 it has been characterized for offering technological innovation at the service of the consumer. Before entering the new century, Nissan allied with one of the biggest car companies worldwide, with the objective of continuing growing and expanding. In 1999, Renault took charge and designated a president, the first one not Japanese in the history of Nissan. The team work among partners works so well that in some countries they exchange models to commercialize them with either brand.
The strategic alliance with Renault proved to be right since after that Nissan made huge advancements like presenting a hybrid car in 2006 –Nissan Altima– and dedicate time and efforts to the creation of electric and fuel cell vehicles, attractive enough for their design but more importantly for the zero emissions. The actual catalogue includes cars, sport utility vehicles and pick-ups.
Nissan looks at the future with enthusiasm because they see that populations are growing and the need for a car –that has always been a symbol for freedom– continues stronger than ever. The numbers accompany as well since 2012 was the fourth year in a row that Nissan presented growth in their sales.