Nissan Motor has recently announced plans to manufacture the Sunny model at the Oragadam plant in India, being the second model of the automaker made in the country and also the second car based on the V-Platform.
“Start of production of Nissan Sunny is another significant milestone for Nissan India. We wanted the mid-size sedan to be available during the upcoming festival season and we successfully accelerated our work program to make that schedule. Nissan Sunny will help to leverage our position as one of the key players in the Indian market”, said the company’s managing director and CEO, Kiminobu Tokuyama.
The Nissan Sunny was officially presented at the Chinese International Automobile Exhibition in 2010 and later was also introduced in the United States.
According to the Japanese automaker, the Sunny is the second Nissan model made in India and the car will enter production at the Oragadam plant, near Chennai.