Introducing the New GT-R on sale from Nov. 25 at all Nissan Japan dealerships.
Michael Bartsch, VP Infiniti Americas, and Alfonso Albaisa, Infiniti's Executive Design Director, were at the LA Auto Show for the North American debut of the Q80 Inspiration Concept.
Nearly eight years since its debut, the Qashqai has not only redefined a segment, but also the UK car industry.
Nissan showcased its new challenger to the C-segment at the Paris Motor Show, the Nissan Pulsar 5-door hatchback, and debuted its formidable Pulsar Nismo Concept.
The Moscow International Automobile Salon featured key Russian premieres of brand models, in the only European market where Nissan, Infiniti and Datsun cars are sold.
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.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed wraps up with fun, fans and a record-breaking supercar ride in a Nissan GT-R Nismo.
At the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Nissan unveiled a new design vision for gamers: the Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo.
After a three-decade hiatus, Datsun has returned to South Africa, unveiling the Datsun GO in Johannesburg.
The U.S. is getting its first up-close look at Nissan's Smart Rearview Mirror at the 2014 New York International Auto show.
Nissan will unveil a new sedan concept at Auto China 2014, and Executive Design Director Mamoru Aoki explains how it will build on design themes found in Resonance, Friend-ME and the Sports Sedan Concept.
Nissan ZEOD's Garage 56 Status at Le Mans creates a tech laboratory for both the automaker and tire developer Michelin.
Nissan ZEOD RC made its Fuji Speedway debut with former GT1 Champ Michael Krumm at the wheel.
Nissan ZEOD RC was unveiled at Nismo headquarters, after eight months of development, design and construction, the first step in bringing EVs to the track.
Infiniti Red Bull F1 Champion Sebastian Vettel eyes the Suzuka race and potentially his fourth straight Drivers' title.
Nissan debuts its Autonomous Drive vehicle in Japan at CEATEC 2013, and wins top prize at the CEATEC Innovation Awards.
The inaugural Nissan Art Award and BankART Studio NYK exhibition recognize and support Japanese contemporary artists who inspire.
What's in a name? For builders of Nissan GT-R engines, everything. Meet the Yokohama plant's master craftsmen, who hand-build the supercar's engines.
Nissan's all-electric vehicle, the Nissan LEAF, is selling at historic rates in new markets throughout the U.S., with Alliance EV sales now surpassing 100,000 units.
Renault Samsung Motors takes on production of the Nissan Rogue - the first model built at the RSM Busan plant for U.S. export.
AvtoVAZ Director of Quality Laurent Fofana explains car production under the eyes of the Alliance Vehicle Evaluation System at the Togliatti factory.
New minicars from Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors rolled off the production line Monday, soon to compete in a category that accounts for 40% of Japan's car market.
Infiniti's new executive design director Alfonso Albaisa shares his vision for the premium brand.
Asia's top auto show kicked off in the world's biggest car market, with some 2,000 exhibitors on hand in Shanghai.
Nissan's Francois Bancon details the China story behind the Friend-ME concept, to be unveiled at the Shanghai Motor Show.
Nissan showcases its global motorshow booth design for the first time in Asia at Auto Shanghai 2013.
Clay modeling mixes design, sculpting and engineering, taking automotive sketches from drawing boards to customized reality.
The age of mass-market, affordable fuel cell EV will soon be here thanks to a unique, three-way agreement between Nissan, Daimler and Ford.
The Nissan booth at the North American International Auto Show has all the sights, sounds and scents of Innovation and excitement.
2012 has been yet another innovation-packed year for Nissan. Here are some highlights of the technology and design related stories we have covered.
Nissan’s deputy division general manager Francois Bancon, designer and keen industry observer, says as Europe struggles with the euro crisis it is premium car-makers who are innovating at the Paris motor show.
It's not just any yellow. Nissan designers pick icon-worthy color for New York's Taxi of Tomorrow.