Nissan is Mexico's top automaker, with a 25.5% market share, and the Global Media Center spoke with top regional executives about growth ahead.
José Muñoz, senior vice president for sales and marketing in Nissan's Americas region, took his new role in late March, after driving a 34-month run of success in Mexico.
NV200 Mobility Taxi made its New York International Auto Show debut, a wheelchair accessible version of the Nissan NV200 Taxi, available as part of Nissan's "Taxi of Tomorrow" program this fall.
Global Sales EVP Takao Katagiri explains the strategy behind Nissan's newly-launched sedans, record November sales in the U.S., and the market outlook ahead.
It is an all-star line-up of innovation for Nissan at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show where the all-new 2013 Altima, Pathfinder and Sentra are sharing a stage for the first time at a major auto show.
Second City Communications partnered with Nissan and invited fans to “An Improv-tastic Road Trip,” featuring musical improv using the next-generation Nissan Pathfinder as the central element.
For big families, it is time to celebrate. It used to be that “get in the back (row)” was an order saved for the youngest, and often smallest, passengers in a caravan. Being nimble didn’t hurt either.
Nissan posted an operating profit of 120.7 billion yen , or about $1.5 billion, in the first quarter, as vehicle sales climbed 14.6% to 1.21 million.
Nissan Corporate Vice President Joji Tagawa explains the first-quarter financial results.
More than a dozen production and concept vehicles are making world or North American debuts at the Chicago Auto Show, with Nissan highlights including the revised 2013 370Z and NV200 compact van.
Brian Carolin, Nissan North America’s senior vice president for sales and marketing, spoke with the Global Media Center, discussing plans to raise customer satisfaction, new products and the year ahead.
Executive Vice President Andy Palmer spoke with the Global Media Center at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, discussing the importance of storytelling, electric vehicles and the new Pathfinder Concept.
Nissan unveiled its Pathfinder Concept and the e-NV200 Concept at the North American International Auto Show Monday, the first in a wave of new models planned over the next two years.
The Pathfinder Concept is leading Nissan's new product charge at the Detroit auto show, and Nissan North America Vice President Al Castignetti calls the new car a game-changer.