Almost 50 years since starting operations in 1966, Nissan Mexico has built its 10 millionth vehicle.
The automaker now has three assembly plants with combined annual production capacity of 800,000 units.
The 10 millionth unit was a blue Sentra SR built in the Aguascalientes A1 Plant for sale in Toluca, Mexico.
Nissan last year produced 805,871 vehicles in México, up 18.47% year on year. It aims to build 1m cars a year eventually.
Nissan Mexicana built its first 5m units by 2006. It has 14,500 employees country wide.
The 2015 output goal is over 820,000 units.