On September 19, Nissan reported that its global production figures had surpassed a total of 150,000,000 units.
In 2006, 73 years after its 1933 founding, Nissan’s global production reached 100,000,000. Now, just 11 years later, it has produced 50,000,000 more units worldwide.
As of 2006, 76.5% of its 100,000,000 units produced were manufactured in Japan. Production has increased rapidly in the last 11 years focusing on China and the United States. Of the 50,000,000 produced over the last 11 years, 76.5% were produced outside of Japan.
Written by Toshiya Kouketsu @ Days
(Translated by Greg Scott)