Nissan will introduce six new vehicles in India by 2026

Nissan has faced challenges in the Indian auto market, particularly due to stricter emission regulations.

Nissan showcased three global SUV models in India and announced a long-term strategy with a Rs 5,300 crore investment.

The 4th-gen X-Trail is expected to be the first of six new models to launch in India, competing with premium mid-size SUVs.

Nissan plans to tap the compact SUV segment with models like the Juke and introduce a global EV, possibly the Ariya.

Nissan removed the Datsun brand from its lineup due to poor sales of models.

The Magnite, a subcompact SUV launched in late 2021, had limited success in a crowded market.