LONDON (Reuters) - Nissan and Renault on Monday unveiled details of their redesigned alliance, with the Japanese car maker committing to buy a stake of up to 15% in Renault's electric vehicles unit Ampere.
The two companies gave details of new joint projects in Latin America, India and Europe.
The four projects to be considered in Latin America include:
For India and export, Renault Group and Nissan would collaborate on several new vehicle projects including new SUVs shared by both Renault Group and Nissan, and a New Nissan car derived from the Renault Triber.
Nissan and Renault Group are also considering common A-segment electric vehicles.
The companies are exploring the following initiatives:
(Reporting by Silvia Aloisi; Editing by Kirsten Donovan)