December 2009
Ward's Auto World;Dec2009, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p32
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The article features car manufacturer Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and its strategy in 2010. The company will introduce some new and enhanced vehicles in 2010, including the next generations of the Quest minivan and Infiniti QX Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) and M sedan. According to executive vice president and chairperson of the America's management committee Carlos Tavares, the firm will also launch its Nissan Leaf electric vehicle late in 2010, which could be a life-changing car model for the company.


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