Production will take place at Nissan's Mexican plant, and the first units will start rolling out around 2017. It looks like the run will begin with an Infiniti-branded product, followed by a comparable Mercedes-Benz model.
The partnership will considerably lower investment and production costs for both companies.
Back in 2010, Nissan and Daimler teamed up to build powerplants for the former. This time would be different, since the two have never designed, developed and manufactured complete vehicles before.