Tomorrow in Chennai, the Renault-Nissan alliance is anticipated to make a significant announcement regarding the introduction of six new products in India, including the CMF-B architecture and the Bigster SUV. While electrification in A-segment vehicles will be investigated, B-segment SUVs will be the main focus.
The third-largest market in the world with 4.7 mln vehicles, India, is anticipated to grow to six million vehicles soon, a 27% increase, according to Ashwani Gupta, COO of Nissan Motor Corporation. Nissan has a number of projects in the works, with a focus on SUVs and electric vehicles.
Another component of the plan is a brand-new Nissan MPV based on the Renault Triber. Nissan and Renault are also considering common A-segment electric vehicles, just like in Latin America.