In 2015, Nissan Mexico accomplished a new manufacturing record with a total output of 822,948 units. The company recently confirmed it has produced its 5-millionth vehicle at its Aguascalientes A1 plant.
Aguascalientes A1 plant was established in 1992, and it is a global manufacturing benchmark for the corporation, delivering top quality vehicles at a production rate of 55 seconds each. In 1993, the A1 plant began producing vehicles for the Japanese market, according to the company.
The 5-millionth vehicle assembled in the A1 plant is a 2016 Nissan Sentra that will be exported to Canada.