Nissan on Thursday kicked off production of its third-generation Nissan Frontier mid-sized pickup at its $3.5 billion Canton, Mississippi assembly plant. It is the first major redesign of the popular midsize truck in 16 years.
TheStreet's Corey Goldman caught up with Nissan corporate vice president Mike Colleran to hear more about the new redesigned pickup truck and what kind of demand Nissan expects, as well as how Nissan is navigating the ongoing semiconductor shortage and broader movement to electrification - i.e. competing with Tesla (TSLA) - Get Free Report.
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