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Cooperación Renault-Nissan & Mitsubishi

Mensaje por A.P.M. » 05 Nov 2013, 11:55

Se asociarán para hacer algún que otro modelo conjunto:
- key car con nueva plataforma para Nissan y Mitsubishi. Para Japón
- berlina del segmento D producida por Renault-Samsung. Destinado a EE.UU. y Canada
- sedan del segmento C con plataforma CMF (supongo). No se sabe nada más de momento
- Compartirán tecnologias y desarrollo de modelos y tecnologia electrica


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Renault-Nissan Alliance & Mitsubishi Motors corporation explore wide ranging global product and technology cooperation

New projects to drive global product coverage and capacity utilization

Amsterdam, Netherlands / Tokyo, Japan (November 5, 2013) – The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation today announced their joint intention to explore several new projects covering shared products, technologies and manufacturing capacity among the automakers. As a consequence, it has been agreed that the strategic cooperation between Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors could be expanded across the broader Renault-Nissan Alliance.

Between Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors, it is expected that the existing NMKV joint-venture company will be extended to co-develop a new small-segment car including a specific electric version that can be sold on a global basis. The basis for this product will be from a jointly-developed ‘Kei car’ platform of the type popular in the Japanese domestic market. Further details of all products, markets and manufacturing will be announced separately.

The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation are also confirming their intention to share technologies and product assets related to electric vehicles and latest-generation platforms. Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors were among the first to pioneer the introduction of mass-marketed zero emission products.

Based on the current direction of discussions between Renault and Mitsubishi Motors, it is firstly expected that two new sedan models would be launched under the Mitsubishi brand, based on vehicles from the Renault portfolio. Secondary and additional studies around other projects will then be considered.

- The first sedan, to compete in the full-size D-segment markets of the United States and Canada and would be manufactured at the Renault-Samsung plant in Busan, South Korea.

- The second sedan model would compete in the global C-segment. The manufacturing location for this product is under discussion.

President and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, Carlos Ghosn said: “Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors have jointly benefited from several collaborations in the past, most recently the successful joint-venture on Kei cars in Japan. I welcome the direction being taken towards this broader cooperation, creating new opportunities for Renault in addition to further leveraging the productive relationship between Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors.”

Osamu Masuko, President of Mitsubishi Motors Corporation commented: “As a result of the development of collaborative projects with Nissan Motor up to now, Mitsubishi Motors is pleased to work again with Nissan and now Renault towards achieving further collaborations. The new opportunities could be described as evidence that the ongoing collaborative projects between Mitsubishi Motors and Nissan have brought positive results, and Mitsubishi Motors hopes that any new collaborative projects with the Renault-Nissan Alliance would bring us further merits.”

Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors have an existing joint-venture company called NMKV which was established in June 2011 for the purpose of co-developing a range of Kei cars for both brands. The first of these products – the Nissan Dayz and Mitsubishi eK wagon – went on sale in Japan this year. Both products are manufactured at the Mitsubishi Mizushima plant in Japan.



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Re: Cooperación Renault-Nissan & Mitsubishi

Mensaje por CABO » 05 Nov 2013, 12:05

Renault-Nissan-Dacia-Infinity y Smart, Mercedes y Mitsubishi orbitando. Esos son unas sinergias brutales.



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Mensaje por A.P.M. » 05 Nov 2013, 12:33

No solo eso, tambien hay pacto con Ford para la pila de hidrogeno :D
http://www.cochespias.net/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=17371



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Mensaje por CABO » 05 Nov 2013, 14:09

Y la NV200 se vende hasta con el escudo de Chevrolet.



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Re: Cooperación Renault-Nissan & Mitsubishi

Mensaje por marea » 06 Nov 2013, 15:24

"Renol", a este paso, va a ser la VAG francesa.



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Mensaje por A.P.M. » 07 Ago 2014, 17:15

Nissan y Mitsubishi trabajarán juntas en un eléctrico low-cost

Mitsubishi y Nissan han comunicado que trabajarán conjuntamente en un nuevo automóvil eléctrico que debería ver la luz a mediados del 2016 y que tendría como principal virtud un precio de venta más ventajoso e inferior al de cualquier otro eléctrico. Con una participación del 50% para cada una, deberán trabajar unidos principalmente en las áreas que elevan los precios como las baterías de iones de litio

Para conseguir una contención en los precios, el nuevo eléctrico tomará la base de un kei-car e incluirá las últimas tecnologías que permiten reducir los costes de fabricación, además de piezas más ligeras. El nuevo vehículo será comercializado por ambas marcas y tendría una autonomía cercana a los 200 km y, lo que es más importante, podría llegar al mercado por 1,5 millones de yenes ya con las ayudas, es decir, un precio muy similar al de los kei-cars de gasolina.


http://es.autoblog.com/2014/08/07/nissa ... -low-cost/



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Re: Cooperación Renault-Nissan & Mitsubishi

Mensaje por A.P.M. » 26 Ene 2015, 16:10

Bueno, de momento, el proyecto de berlina media (D) de Mitsubishi está estancado. No se ha dicho mas, asi que no se sabe que ha pasado.
El sedan del segmento C y otros proyectos comunes parece que siguen adelante

http://www.autonews.com/article/2015012 ... ect-stalls



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Mensaje por A.P.M. » 07 Feb 2015, 01:54

Parece que se aclara un poco la noticia que salió hace dias.
Segun parece, el hecho de paralizar la berlina D es porque quieren prorizar la berlina C, es decir, el Lancer, ya que es un modelo global.

Podria desarrollarse a partir de una base Nissan y no Renault ¿Por qué? Porque si fuese Renault, se produciria en Corea, y parece que la diferencia entre la moneda coreana y la americana complicaria la venta del modelo
Con lo que, de ser Nissan, se podria hacer en EE.UU. o incluso Japón


http://www.autonews.com/article/2015020 ... size-sedan



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Re: Cooperación Renault-Nissan & Mitsubishi

Mensaje por A.P.M. » 17 Oct 2015, 20:27

Nissan y Mitsubishi han alcanzado un acuerdo para el desarrollo de la proxima generación de keycar


Nissan, Mitsubishi Motors and NMKV reach agreement on planning and development of next-generation minicars

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, and their joint venture NMKV Co., Ltd. today reached an agreement to continue their joint project regarding development of the next generation of current minicar models. The three companies will soon sign a memorandum of understanding.

The companies aim to develop more competitive products by optimizing resource allocation and their respective roles and responsibilities. Nissan will be more deeply involved in development operations, such as design development and testing. In addition to its product planning and project development roles, NMKV will strengthen its management capabilities by adding a new department to enhance collaboration with engineering and manufacturing functions. Vehicle production is planned to continue at Mitsubishi's Mizushima Plant.

Nissan and Mitsubishi established NMKV in June 2011 to specialize in planning and development of minicars. Their jointly-developed minicars, the Nissan Dayz and the Mitsubishi eK Wagon, were launched in June 2013, followed by the launch of the Nissan Dayz Roox and the Mitsubishi eK Space in February 2014. By the end of September 2015, total sales of vehicles produced under the joint project reached 500,000 units, a testament to the success of the collaboration. This new agreement takes the partnership to a higher level.

In addition, planning and development of a minicar EV is in progress through the collaboration. The announcement of vehicle details and launch timing of the EV and other next-generation minicars will be made at a later time.

"Nissan's deeper involvement in development operations for next generation minicars will enable the easier application of advanced safety and eco-friendly technologies in larger vehicles," said Hiroto Saikawa, Nissan CCO. "This new opportunity will enable us to deliver even more competitive vehicles to consumers by enhancing our product and lineup, by strengthening our partnership and combining the expertise of both companies."

"For Mitsubishi, minicars are a key segment that accounts for more than half of our total sales in Japan. By combining each other's strengths through NMKV, we will continue to introduce attractive products to the market. Producing the new models at our Mizushima Plant, after the current model production ends, will help us further accelerate the improvement activities on which the three companies have been working together in the areas of production costs, efficiency and quality, and this will lead us to introduce more competitive products," said Mitsubishi President and COO Tetsuro Aikawa.

NMKV President and CEO Junichi Endo said, "This new agreement shows that our efforts are making steady progress and thus the collaboration will further deepen. We are taking the lead in this project by combining Mitsubishi's know-how in minicar development and manufacturing with Nissan's technologies.



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