The Media Center interviewed Masaki Kobayashi, president of Nissan Prince Miyagi, three months after the 3/11 earthquake and tsunami devastated much of the Tohoku region. This week Kobayashi gave another interview, discussing progress made a year after the twin disasters.
Since January, the Shanti Volunteer Association has used a converted Nissan Atlas as a bookmobile for Iwate residents in areas hit by the March 2011 tsunami.
Miyagi Governor Yoshihiro Murai keeps focus on Tohoku recovery efforts one year after the twin disasters of March 2011, looking to build a sustainable future for northeast Japan.
A little more than a year after the tragic events of March 11 in Japan, CEO Carlos Ghosn returns to Nissan's Iwaki factory to commemorate the Fukushima plant's recovery.
Nissan’s DeltaWing experimental racecar made its track debut last week at the 12 Hours of Sebring and has been turning out test laps at the Sebring Racetrack since.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn announced a ramp up of investment in Indonesia, adding $400 million to increase production capacity to 250,000 by 2014.
On the heels of the 2012 Nissan Versa Sedan being awarded a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, Nissan’s Bob Yakushi spoke with the Media Center about the future of product safety.
At Europe’s top auto show, Nissan shows it is primed for growth amidst strong competition.
JATCO makes almost half of all global CVTs, while the top transmission supplier plans production boost.
70 brands from 260 exhibitors will draw media and the public when doors officially open to the Geneva Show on March 6.
With its global headquarters in Yokohama as command central, Nissan conducted its annual emergency response drills Monday with crisis simulation exercises.
Amsterdam’s newest taxi company, TAXI-E, has the polluting industry turning over new LEAFs with its sustainable business.
The Nissan LEAF breaks new ground in Tennesse, bringing music to one of the largest underground caves in the U.S. while keeping the unique natural environment intact.
Takao Katagiri, executive vice president for global sales, provides all the details on Nissan’s January sales results.