Nissan May Make Infiniti Cars in Mexico, Excelsior’s Celis Says

Nissan Motor Co. (7201) may start producing Infiniti luxury cars in Mexico, business columnist Dario Celis wrote today in Mexico City-based Excelsior newspaper, without saying where he got the information.

Bill Krueger, Nissan’s vice chairman of the Americas, is holding a press event in Mexico City tomorrow, according to an invitation from the Yokohama, Japan-based automaker.

Automotive News reported last week that Johan de Nysschen, head of the Infiniti brand, said Nissan is considering whether to build a new car in Mexico.

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