Doubt the Mach-E has much of chance to reach Tesla numbers. Two major drawbacks I see are:
I don't imagine his next purchase is going to be an Infiniti.palmermd wrote: ↑Mon Dec 09, 2019 9:32 amif this does not say something about the state of Nissan......
Infiniti dealer can't provide electric car to a loyal customer so they re-sell a Model 3 to the customer.
https://electrek.co/2019/12/09/infiniti ... -customer/
Jun Seki, Nissan's vice chief operating officer and a former contender for chief executive, told Reuters he was leaving to become the president of Nidec Corp, a Kyoto-based manufacturer of automotive components and precision motors.
"drastic" spending cuts? What they really need to do is maintain cash flow even it if means going into debt. This requires them to put out something that will sell. The EV arena is on the cusp of an explosion. When we consider many areas have yet to be touched especially in the under $50,000 price point, they have options.cwerdna wrote: ↑Fri Dec 27, 2019 5:31 amNissan picks Sakamoto as board candidate after Seki's resignation
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/nissan-p ... 58760.html
Exclusive: Nissan orders drastic spending cuts to stem profit slide and 'conserve every yen' - sources
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/exclusiv ... 08131.html