Nissan, Mitsubishi Reveal Jointly-Developed Minicar
Each company will offer two versions of their new Japanese market exclusive model, called Dayz and Dayz Highway Star by Nissan, while Mitsubishi's eK will be sold with the Wagon and Custom monikers.
The new "Nissubishi" product was developed as a result of a partnership signed by the two companies in 2010, with the main purpose of designing and building minicars for the Japanese market only.
These are not the only minicars that will come from this project, with Mitsubishi and Nissan planning to bigger wagon for the 2014 model year.
No pricing information has been released yet, but we should find out more about these cars that the US and Europe won't get to drive later this year.
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