Nissan is looking to reset after a few tumultuous years. The Japanese automaker is looking to fix many of the problems left in the wake of ousted leader Carlos Ghosn’s departure. A new report from Reuters details Nissan’s extensive new plan that has the automaker focusing on three core markets going forward – the United States, China, and Japan. Nissan plans to announce the new roadmap on May 28, according to the publication, which got an exclusive look at Nissan’s plans.
The plan is said to expand cooperation and coordination between the other alliance brands Mitsubishi and Renault, and cut competition between the three. Renault will focus on Europe, while Mitsubishi will focus on Asian markets that aren’t Japan and China. However, Nissan will still offer vehicles in both markets, though it will do so with a focused lineup for those regions. The plan includes well-tuned lineups in Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Brazil, India, and others.