Enjoy a quick look back at the people, places, products and key global events of the last business year for Nissan Motor Corp.
The Datsun GO-cross Concept debuts at the Delhi Auto Expo 2016, the brand's vision for expansion in high-growth markets.
Nissan Motor Corp. revised up its full-year financial forecast, based on rising US sales and favorable currency movements.
The first Datsun on-DO officially rolled off the production line at AvtoVAZ’s Togliatti plant, a keystone event for the brand in the Russian car market.
After a three-decade hiatus, Datsun has returned to South Africa, unveiling the Datsun GO in Johannesburg.
Nissan Motor CEO Carlos Ghosn says sales of Datsun could hit 100,000 in Russia within two years.
Moscow welcomed the Datsun on-DO sedan to the local market Friday, a debut also for the iconic brand in Russia.
Datsun is participating at the India Auto Expo for the first time, displaying its line-up of models for India and giving a hint to its possible future direction with the redi-GO CONCEPT.
The first Datsun GO rolled off the production line at the Renault Nissan Alliance plant near Chennai on Tuesday, heralding the introduction of the brand to the Indian market.
Scott Fisher is a man on a mission – to reconnect with his 1967 Datsun Fairlady Roadster and discover the wide-open spaces of North America.
2013 was an exciting year for Datsun. It unveiled its first two models in India and Indonesia. But 2014 is shaping up to be the year for the new brand as the cars finally reach the markets.
The return of Datsun didn't start with what cars to launch, but with the people. The Nissan Global Motor Center caught up with a group of Risers in Jakarta ahead of sales debut in 2014.
Datsun gains momentum with the world premiere of the brand’s second model, the GO+, in Jakarta.
Nissan Motor EVP Mitsuhiko Yamashita said Research & Development would utilize its global engineering strength to help support and expand the Datsun brand.
The long-awaited return of Datsun is here. CEO Carlos Ghosn unveiled the attractive hatchback at a showcase event in India, with Datsun joining Nissan and Infiniti as Nissan Motor Company’s third marque.
In the 1910s, engineer Masujiro Hashimoto dreamed of a 100% Japanese car, the DAT car, which would one day evolve into the Datsun brand.
With just four days to go until the new Datsun's World Premiere, brand chief Vincent Cobee explains the link between the marque's storied past and bright future.
AvtoVAZ Director of Quality Laurent Fofana explains car production under the eyes of the Alliance Vehicle Evaluation System at the Togliatti factory.
AvtoVAZ President Igor Komarov discusses the changes at the Russian automaker since his arrival in 2009, working with the Renault-Nissan Alliance, and the road ahead.
Renault-Nissan Alliance Chairman Carlos Ghosn speaks with the Global Media Center in Togliatti, Russia, on the expanding contribution of AvtoVAZ, as the partners eye 40% market share.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn explains the new Nismo strategy, including plans for GT-R Nismo, the "Lion in the Jungle".
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn spoke with the Global Media Center at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on the yen, Japan-China ties, and the outlook for 2013.
We're proud of our heritage and here are some of the stories produced this year that remind us why.
Comedian Jay Leno visits the Nissan Heritage Garage, taking a spin in the legendary Fairlady 240Z.
Russian consumer preferences, road and weather conditions, as well as rising standards of living all factor into Nissan's country-specific design and engineering. Global Chief Marketability Engineer Jerry Hardcastle has the back story.
Takayuki Kimura, President of Nissan Motor Asia Pacific and Nissan Motor Thailand discusses growth in the Asean region, the importance of localization and addressing the needs of each specific market.
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 CEO Carlos Ghosn announced a ramp up of investment in Indonesia, adding $400 million to increase production capacity to 250,000 by 2014.