Nissan Resende plant marks a year and 30,000 cars
Nissan celebrates the first birthday of its Brazilian plant in Resende and since then the Japanese carmaker built over 30,000 units.
The birthday and volume milestones were celebrated at an event attended by 1,800 employees and suppliers and culminated with the output from the assembly lines of the 30,000th unit produced in Resende, that is a Versa model powered by the 1.6 flex-fuel engine.
At the Brazilian factory, the Japanese carmaker also produces the March (known as Micra in other countries). The Resende plant also includes a structure for engine production, especially for the new 1.0 and 1.6, powertrains and the total capacity is 200 thousand units per year between cars and engines.