Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn spoke with the the Global Media Center on location in Atsugi, discussing the continued importance of the company's global R&D and design hub.
Located in Atsugi, NTC has been the center of Nissan’s design, development and engineering excellence since the early 1980s, its establishment coinciding with Japanese automakers rise to global prominence.
Okinawa sees EVs as integral to its plans for greater sustainability, building one of the deeper eco-infrastructures in Japan.
Nissan North America steps up its commitment to professional cycling, becoming co-title sponsor of a team of 30 riders.
The first Infiniti JX built at Nissan's manufacturing facility in Smyrna rolls off the production line, marking a new milestone for the plant and the first ever luxury vehicle to be built in Tennessee.
Nissan LEAF rent-a-cars in Okinawa create unique experiences in island eco-tourism while helping to build up local EV infrastructure.
Infiniti eyes growth in the U.S. with all-new, high-volume products.
In the second chapter of the Global Media Center’s Heritage Series, “Daytona Dream”, we tell the story of the 1992 debut victory of the Nissan No.23 team in the legendary 24 hours endurance race.
The Media Center takes a closer look at Nissan's Huadu manufacturing facility, awarded best performing plant in the Renault-Nissan Alliance in 2011.
Entertainer Penn Jillette makes a bet on Nissan LEAF in his hometown, making CO2 emissions magically disappear.
Nissan's “Project 370Z” was launched at a special blogger media day at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show where enthusiasts can vote on modifications and follow construction online through Facebook.
More than a dozen production and concept vehicles are making world or North American debuts at the Chicago Auto Show, with Nissan highlights including the revised 2013 370Z and NV200 compact van.
Nissan CFO Joe Peter describes the impact of yen strengthening — and what Nissan is doing about it.
Nissan's encouraging financial results to date for fiscal 2011 show global sales off-setting strong headwinds.
The Nissan LEAF is already leading the way in reducing carbon emissions in cities, but with the e-NV200, Nissan is now extending this development into commercial vehicles in cities such as London.
Following Nissan's best ever monthly sales in India in January, the Alliance's Chennai plant will open a second line in March, doubling the facility's capacity.
Brian Carolin, Nissan North America’s senior vice president for sales and marketing, spoke with the Media Center about January U.S. sales, which rose 10.4% from a year earlier.