Nissan will not abandon the development of the next generation Skyline sedan. This was announced on June 15 by the executive vice president of the company Asako Hoshino.
Recall that not so long ago the Nikkei newspaper, citing its own sources, reported that Nissan plans to completely stop developing new sedans for the domestic market. This applies to models such as the Fuga, Cima and Skyline.
However, the day before, Mr. Hoshino denied this information, he noted that the Skyline sedan is a symbol of Nissan, and the company will never abandon this model.
Recall that the 13th generation Nissan Skyline has been produced since 2013. The sedan was last updated in July 2019. In foreign markets, the model is known as the Infiniti Q50.