Japanese Company Nissan is all set to unveil eight new products in India in the next five years to increase its presence across the country.
By 2020, the shares of the company will raise by upto five percent. Thenew products will be launched under Nissan and Datsun brands.
"India is a very important market for Nissan globally. The Indian market has all the attention of the top management. We will be launching eight new products by 2021," Nissan Motor Co Senior Vice President, Management Committee, Chairman of Africa, Middle East and India Region Christian Madrus said.
These new items will be similarly circulated crosswise over Nissan and Datsun brands, he included.
"This will help us position as one of the top brands in the nation. We have officially expressed that we are searching for 5 for every penny piece of the pie in India by 2020," Madrus said.
Nissan right now has around two for every penny offer in the Indian auto market.
While he declined to share more subtle elements of the arranged new items, he said: "as of late we have dispatched more Datsun items so the first to be propelled from the new ones will be a Nissan item."
Nissan India Operations President Guillaume Sicard said the organization will dispatch the cross breed rendition of its top end SUV Xtrail inside this budgetary year.
On future items, Sicard said the organization will concentrate on fragments where there is idle interest.
"In India there is longing for expansive hatchback furthermore for vehicles with enormous stacking limit," he said, including hybrid SUV is additionally the cards.
"Considering Nissan's DNA, SUV is a given however it won't be the stand out," Sicard included.
Aside from the Indian business sector, Madrus said Nissan is likewise making India a fare center point forAfrica and the Middle East.
"The items we have created in India are likewise appropriate for these districts. We need Indiato be the base for fare to these business sectors," he said.
Additionally, the three chamber low discharge motor that Nissan has created for India will be traded to Brazil and Latin America, Sicard included.