Semiconductor supply shortage forced Nissan to cut production by 39%

Announcement by Nissan Motor Corporation

Currently, unexpected delays are occurring in our vehicles production. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused to our customers.

The operations at a U.S. plant has halted for two weeks due to stalled semiconductor output. But no factory in Japan has halted, although pace of production is slowdown.

We will do our best to deliver the vehicles to our customers as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your patience.

The shortage of parts supply due to the spread of the coronavirus effect all over the world including Japan, production delays are currently occurring in many vehicle models.

For customers who have already placed an order, depending on the model, it may not be possible to meet the originally scheduled delivery date.

In addition, for customers who are currently considering purchasing a vehicle, it may take longer than usual to deliver the vehicle.