Nissan has clearly started U.S. assembly of the all-new 2021 Rogue at its bulb in Smyrna, Tennessee.
It is a actual important moment for Nissan USA as the Rogue is the brand’s acknowledged nameplate in the country, with added than 3 actor units awash over 13 years. The 2021 Rogue additionally has the difficult mission of arch Nissan’s turnaround in the United States.
“Our U.S. accomplishment aggregation rallied calm like never afore to affected aberrant challenges that could accept impacted this moment,” says Steve Marsh, chief carnality president, Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management and Purchasing, Nissan North America. “We are accessible to access up and put Rogue on the alley for customers.”
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The third-generation Rogue is congenital application avant-garde accomplishment technology such as basic absoluteness and collaborative robots (‘cobots’). Nissan says it has deployed added collaborative car accomplishment robots with the new Rogue than with any added antecedent archetypal launch. The robots are acclimated to abetment with a cardinal of jobs to ensure repetitive tasks are done the aforementioned way every time. Nissan says this helps chargeless up workers to accomplish added accomplished tasks and aftermath higher-quality vehicles.
Nissan additionally acclimated basic absoluteness so that engineers could troubleshoot issues afore affective to the assembly floor. The technology helped analyze accomplishment apropos afore the aboriginal animate was cut, while abstraction the architecture of action accessories through early, basic acknowledgment from assembly technicians.
The Rogue has been in assembly at Smyrna Vehicle Assembly bulb back 2013. The ability employs 7,000 bodies and is amenable for added than 14 actor cartage back aperture in 1983, with the Rogue accounting for about 1.1 million. The bulb currently builds six models: Rogue, Altima, Leaf, Maxima, Pathfinder and Infiniti QX60.
The new Rogue is the aboriginal of six new Nissan models for the U.S. that will be offered by the end of 2021. The archetypal will access at dealers beyond the U.S. this fall.