Nissan Aims To Capture 10% Of US Car Market By 2015, Says CEO

Nissan Aims To Capture 10% Of US Car Market By 2015, Says CEO

CEO Carlos Ghosn has set a lofty goal for Nissan: capture 10% of the total American car market in the next 4 years. Right now in the first five months, Nissan and Infiniti have sold 8.2% of all cars in America, or about 433,032 vehicles. Nissan aims to sell over 1 million vehicles in the US by the end of this year.

The sales target comes as part of Nissan’s six-year global plan to increase sales, with volume cars such as the new Versa. Ghosn didn’t mention specifics other than some impressive numbers and a deadline, but hey, that’s how Kennedy got us to the moon.

[Source: Left Lane News]

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