Nissan Motor Co. is expected to end the production of its luxury Cima sedan this summer due to poor sales, bringing down the curtain on a model that became a symbol of bubble-economy era consumption more than 30 years ago, sources familiar with the matter said Thursday.
With the Yokohama-based automaker intending to concentrate its resources on the development of electric vehicles, it will also pull the plug on production of the hybrid model of its Skyline sports sedan, the sources said.
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