Daimler wants to maintain relations with Renault-Nissan

Daimler wants to maintain relations with Renault-Nissan

Daimler is willing to maintain partnership with Renault-Nissan in the coming years. Speaking at the Automotive News website, Dieter Zetsche, CEO of the company, said that work together need not be restricted to a model or a segment.

In the case of Renault, for example, the new generation Twingo was developed in conjunction with models of smart. "For Infiniti, we have a much broader with our MFA platform base," said Zetsche. The new Q30, recall, use this platform as they do new Class and Class B.

It is also not ruled out the share of production in a new plant. "Longer term, we believe that increasing the capacity of these vehicles comes to be necessary," confirmed.

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