Nissan India has revealed its plans for the Indian market till 2016 by launching 10 different models here. The company which is looking to scale its market share by 10% is also expanding its dealer network from the present 95 to 300 by 2016.
The Japanese car manufacturer will first launch a Micra Automatic which will have a X-Tronic CVT gearbox, second in the line will be Nisaan Sunny Automatic with X-Tronic CVT gearbox, third up will be another important product from Nissan which will be the re badged duster, then will be the Datsun range which launch a sub 4 Lakh car positioned below Micra and another small car which will compete in the A segment against Maruti Suzuki Alto and Hyundai Eon.
The company is planning to sell more than 350,000 cars in India by the end of 2016 which is more than ten times it had sold last year.
At the current manufacturing facility they company has an annual capacity of 400,000 cars that can me manufactured, which is being shared by both Nissan and Renault. Now with that sort of Numbers the company is talking about it is very likely that the Japanese car maker will have to either ramp up the capacity at the existing plant or establish a new facility to meet the targets it has set by 2016.