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Nissan Joint Research Center for Intelligent Mobility at Tsinghua University opens in Beijing

Nissan announced the start of a new collaboration between the company and Tsinghua University in Beijing to work on the research and development of electric vehicles and autonomous drive technologies for the Chinese market.

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11
MAY
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

From Beijing: Carlos Ghosn on key industry topics

From Beijing: Carlos Ghosn on key industry topics
Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn held a question-and-answer session with international media at this year’s Beijing Motor Show. During the event he talked about the global surge of SUVs and crossovers, the Alliance’s electric vehicle strategy in China and the development of autonomous drive technologies.
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15
JAN
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

The growing electric vehicle market in China

The growing electric vehicle market in China

China is poised to become the top electric vehicle market in the world by 2020. Government incentives and hassle free registration processes have encouraged many drivers to make the switch to EVs. In 2014, China registered 75,000 EV sales, giving it a global market share of 25%.

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Renault to build electric vehicles with partner Dongfeng in China
On the occasion of the visit of ZHU Yangfeng, Chairman of Dongfeng Group, at the Renault R&D center, Dongfeng Renault Automotive Company (DRAC) announces the production of its first electric vehicle in China.
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11
MAY
2015
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China, growth pillar for the Renault-Nissan Alliance

China, growth pillar for the Renault-Nissan Alliance

Nissan’s objective is to sell more than 1.3 million units in China this year in its bid to position itself as the No. 1 Japanese brand.Meanwhile, Renault’s first manufacturing plant in China will start building vehicles this year, leveraging Nissan’s know-how and experience in China these past 12 years.

Watch this video to find out how Renault and Nissan are working together to grow their presence in the Chinese market. 

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Shanghai Buzz: Carlos Ghosn on the importance of China to the Alliance

Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn spoke to Alliance TV at the Shanghai Auto Show about the importance of China to the Alliance and the strategy for its four brands – Renault, Nissan, Infiniti and Venucia. Click below for the video.

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16
DEC
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Renault-Dongfeng, one year later

Renault-Dongfeng, one year later
One year after the creation of Dongfeng Renault Automotive Company (DRAC), Renault’s joint venture with Dongfeng, the Group is on target to launch its first locally manufactured vehicle in China in 2016.
 
Work on the plant in Wuhan, capital of Hubei province, is moving forward according to schedule. Construction of the facility has been completed, and the assembly lines are currently being installed.
 
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06
NOV
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Infiniti starts local production in China

Infiniti starts local production in China

Infiniti has begun local production in China, the world’s largest automotive market. The first Infiniti Q50L rolled off the assembly line at the Dongfeng Nissan Xiangyang Plant in Xiangyang, Hubei Province earlier today. The long-wheelbase version of the Q50 premium sports sedan is Infiniti’s first localized model in China dedicated to Chinese consumers.

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20
OCT
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Production begins at Nissan's fifth plant in China

Production begins at Nissan's fifth plant in China

Nissan’s joint venture in China with Dongfeng Motor Group Co., Ltd., Dongfeng Nissan Passenger Vehicle Company, today began production at its latest plant located in Dalian City. The Dalian plant in northeast China is Nissan’s fifth plant in the country. Nissan’s other production bases are in Huadu in Guangzhou, Xiangyang and Zhengzhou.

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30
SEP
2014
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Dongfeng Infiniti ready to storm the Chinese market

Dongfeng Infiniti ready to storm the Chinese market

A new force in China’s burgeoning luxury car market has arrived with the creation of Dongfeng Infiniti, a joint venture between China’s largest car maker and Nissan’s premium brand.

As well as importing cars into the country, the new company will build new Infiniti models in China with the aim of raising annual sales there to 100,000 units by 2018.

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