Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville celebrated its 500th home build with Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, a new home owner and sponsor-partner Nissan.
The new Nissan Sylphy and Venucia’s D50 look set to speed Dongfeng Nissan towards its 1 million unit annual target sales goal.
Infiniti is shifting its global headquarters to Hong Kong, launching car production in China, and increasing mainland dealerships, on the road to becoming Asia's luxury brand.
Auto China 2012 kicked off in Beijing, with automakers showcasing their best and latest at the nation's biggest auto show.
On the eve of China's biggest motor show, the world's top car market expects strong industry and consumer interest, as Beijing hosts the world's top carmakers and suppliers.
Nissan is taking actions to protect and inform employees and customers following an intrusion into the company's global network systems.
Working with Adopt a Charger to accelerate the widespread acceptance of electric vehicles to address environmental concerns, Nissan North America has “adopted” 15 electric vehicle chargers in California.
With the clock ticking ahead of the return of the much-loved Datsun brand, CEO Carlos Ghosn stopped by the company’s Zama heritage warehouse, home to almost 80 years of automotive history.
Nissan's Zama plant sets quality and efficiency standards, leading EV battery production expansion to the UK and the U.S., ahead of LEAF manufacture.
Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel started his Chinese Grand Prix weekend in unusual fashion in Shanghai, starring in a martial arts short film alongside Hollywood actress, model and martial arts expert Celina Jade.
For the first time, Infiniti invited Chinese automotive media to the United States for a hands-on orientation of a new Infiniti model - the all-new JX.
Nissan’s EVP Takao Katagiri spoke with the Global Media Center about the record market share in fiscal 2011.
British Prime Minister David Cameron visited Nissan’s headquarters Tuesday as production of a new hatchback at the company’s Sunderland factory in 2014 is confirmed.
The Infiniti LE Concept makes its world debut at the 2012 New York International Auto Show, a near-production version of the performance luxury brand's first zero emission luxury sedan.
Nissan debuts its next-generation connected car system, NissanConnect, with the new Altima at the New York Auto Show, while the reveal of the zero-emission Infiniti LE highlights the dual-display concept, a technology developed with Intel.
The New York International Auto Show opened Wednesday, as Nissan unveiled its new Altima sedan.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg unveiled on Tuesday the Taxi of Tomorrow, the next generation transport for the Big Apple.