Nissan will endeavor to make a large model of vehicles in Britain, hitting the prime minister of Theresa May who was keen to maintain that manufacturing across the country to trigger # 39 ; the economy ahead of the British exit of the European Union.
The Japanese group announced on Sunday that it will give the best to manufacture its X-Trail model of its SUV in Great Britain, and will do so at its factory in Kyushu, Japan. This will, of course, allow the company to reduce costs in the initial stages of the project.
The decision accuses an earlier decision, taken at the end of 2016, to produce the SUV in the Sunderland factory in the north of England employing 7,000 employees. In that factory, the Juke and Qashqai models will continue to be assembled.
The announcement made on Sunday does not indicate whether there will be layouts or job losses in relation to the decision on the X-Trail.