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Nissan to Produce Hybrid Altima in US with an Annual Max of 50,000

10 January 2005

Nissan will begin producing the previously-announced hybrid version of the Altima (earlier post) sedan in the US in 2006, said Nissan President Carlos Ghosn during a new conference at NAIAS. Nissan will determine the annual output of Altima hybrids based on demand up to a maximum of 50,000 units per year.

That would indeed be a healthy launch.

Nissan is expected to assemble the hybrid Altima car in its Smyrna factory in Tennessee, where it currently manufactures the conventional model.

January 10, 2005 in Hybrids | Permalink | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0)


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Its beginning to sound like 2006 is the year that hybrids really break out. I'm guessing at least 400,000 per year in unit sales for that year.

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