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Nissan picks Japan, not Britain, to make Ariya electric car for EU

No-deal Brexit risk dashes Sunderland plant's hopes of exporting new model

The Ariya will be Nissan Motor's first global electric vehicle in over 10 years. (Photo by Kosuke Terai)

TOKYO -- Nissan Motor has decided against manufacturing its newest electric vehicle in the U.K. for sale in the European Union, Nikkei has learned, over concerns that the automobile will face higher tariffs in the absence of a post-Brexit trade deal.

Instead, Nissan will ship the Ariya from Japan when the vehicle goes on sale in the EU next year.

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