Nissan disproves Remainers: “One in every five automobiles built in the United Kingdom is a Qashqai.” The boss expresses his pride in the United Kingdom.
NISSAN has expressed its satisfaction in UK vehicle manufacturing with the start of production of the new Qashqai model in Sunderland post-Brexit.
Vice President of Manufacturing Alan Johnson told GB News that the Qashqai was “extremely important” to Nissan. The new automobile “looks amazing” and is a “step up” from prior models, they claimed.
Mr Johnson, on the other hand, was beaming from ear to ear as he boasted that the Qashqai line generated “one in every five” vehicles in the UK.
“Today, we are really pleased to announce that production of the Nissan Qashqai third generation has begun,” he stated.
“Qashqai is a significant production for us. From the first and second generations, we have already produced 3,5 million Qashqais.
“To put that in perspective, since 2007, one out of every five vehicles produced in the UK has been a Nissan Qashqai. It’s truly extraordinary.
“I’m ecstatic because this third-generation vehicle looks fantastic.
“It’s a step up from the second generation, and we’re really optimistic that this car will be more successful than the first and second generations.”
The plant’s future was thought to be in jeopardy following Brexit, with Remainers and Nissan themselves claiming that keeping the factory open without the appropriate deal would be unsustainable.
The corporation, however, has backed the facility to create its brand new Qashqai machines after a £400 million investment.
A new press line, recycling system, and robots have all been added as part of the increased investment.
Since its introduction in 2007, Nissan claims that more than 3.5 million consumers have chosen a Qashqai built in Sunderland.
The model has become identified with the Sunderland facility, accounting for one-third of all vehicles manufactured there.
Nissan is said to be in advanced talks to establish a gigafactory for electric batteries in the United Kingdom.
With both slides providing financial support for new developments, Gigafactories are considered as a major battleground between the UK and the EU.
Any transaction is expected to involve an expansion of the company’s current Sunderland factory, but any agreement is thought to be contingent on energy costs.
It’s thought that the corporation wants to reduce its energy expenses in order to keep the site competitive with other manufacturers.
“Brinkwire Summary News” reports that Nissan has an exclusive battery partnership with.