Nissan unveiled the long-wheelbase Teana VIP, offering a new level of luxury for Chinese consumers.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn announced H1 results showing a rise in net revenues and income, but revised its full-year forecast lower due to sluggish conditions in Europe, higher-than-expected recall costs and volatile demand in several key emerging markets.
Venucia's electric VIWA concept car at the Shanghai Auto Show hopes to ride on the Chinese government’s plan to popularize zero-emissions technology.
Asia's biggest auto show highlights the best and brightest models for China, as well as how crowded the word's No.1 car market has become.
Asia's top auto show kicked off in the world's biggest car market, with some 2,000 exhibitors on hand in Shanghai.
Ren Yong, vice president of Dongfeng Nissan, discusses the all-new Nissan Teana, which debuted in Guangzhou this week.
Nissan unveiled the all-new Teana for the Chinese market in Guangzhou, with the flagship model central to expansion plans in the world's biggest auto market.
Venucia's first production model, the D50, is leading the charge for Dongfeng Motor Co. in China, President Kimiyasu Nakamura tells the Nissan Global Media Center.
The new Nissan Sylphy and Venucia’s D50 look set to speed Dongfeng Nissan towards its 1 million unit annual target sales goal.
Auto China 2012 kicked off in Beijing, with automakers showcasing their best and latest at the nation's biggest auto show.
The Global Media Center spoke with Ren Yong, vice president of Dongfeng Nissan, on plans to achieve 1 million sales target this year, and the launch of the new Venucia brand in China.