TOKYO - Nissan Motor Co. began selling a full range of Infiniti vehicles in Taiwan last week. The island is the world's third market to offer the complete Infiniti lineup after North America and the Middle East.
Nissan said it will open a sixth stand-alone showroom in July to help reach its goal of selling more than 2,000 Infiniti vehicles in Taiwan this year, Reuters reported.
Under a three-year business plan that began in April, Nissan aims to boost global sales to 4.2 million units from the 3.6 million targeted for the
12 months that ends Sept. 30, as it expands into new regions and segments.