Nissan’s Global Sales Drop 20.7 Percent In 2022 To 3.23 Million Cars

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Nissan announced its 2022 business results, and the automaker has had a rough year. Global sales fell 20.7 percent to almost 3.23 million vehicles compared to 4.06 million in 2021.

The numbers fell in every major region of the company. Sales in Japan fell only 0.5 percent. However, the figure fell 25.4 percent in the United States and 23.8 percent for North America as a whole. Figures in Europe slumped 23.1 percent, and China saw a 22.1 percent decline. The table below shows global sales figures:

Nissan Global Sales 2022

In the US alone, the Rogue is Nissan’s top seller for 2022. The company moved 186,480 units for the year, down 34.7 percent from 285,602 units in 2021.

Nissan will also build fewer vehicles worldwide in 2022. The company will produce about 3.25 million cars, down 9.4 percent from 2021. Factories in Japan produce 12.6 percent more, but factories in elsewhere in the world saw a decline of 12.9 percent. The table below shows this data.

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Nissan production 2022

Looking to the future, Nissan will unveil its electric vehicle concept on February 1 at 8 pm EST (February 2 at 1 am GMT). Judging by the teaser, it’s probably the real-world version of Max-Out from the previous renderings. This vehicle envisions a roadster with eye-catching styling.

Nissan will also soon revise its US pickup lineup. The full-size Titan is leaving, likely before the end of the year, and there’s no replacement in the product strategy. In addition, the company is investigating whether to build a mid-size electric truck.

By 2022, companies are taking out loans equivalent to about $1.44 billion to fund “zero emission mobility investments”. Nissan’s Sustainable Finance Framework is working on how to disperse money. The projects include clean manufacturing, battery development, autonomous driving technology, charging, new vehicles and more.

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