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March, 2019


Nissan partners with esports teams FaZe Clan and OpTic Gaming

Nissan is entering the world of competitive esports and video game streaming by becoming the first automaker to partner with two of the biggest teams in the space – FaZe Clan and OpTic Gaming.

Nissan LEAF wins the 2019 AJAC CGCTOY Award

Nissan LEAF wins 2019 AJAC Canadian Green Car of the Year award

The Nissan LEAF, the world's best-selling electric vehicle, was named the 2019 Canadian Green Car of the Year (CGCOTY) by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) at the Vancouver International Auto Show.


INFINITI-supported expedition wins Explorers Club honor

An expedition supported by INFINITI Motor Company won one of the most prestigious honors in global exploration at the 115th Explorers Club Annual Dinner in New York.


Nissan Futures presents Asia & Oceania’s future mobility trends

Nissan Futures in Hong Kong brought forward three mobility trends for the Asia and Oceania region: cars as energy assets, the human role in autonomous driving systems and the importance of safety in mobility innovations.


Nissan and Mitsubishi to launch new kei cars as collaboration expands

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation will introduce four new minivehicles in Japan through their joint venture, as the companies continue to expand their collaboration.


Nissan launches IMQ concept at 2019 Geneva Motor Show

Nissan today unveiled the all-new IMQ concept vehicle, an advanced technology and design showcase that signals the direction of the next generation of crossovers.


Nissan to introduce e-POWER models in Europe

Nissan today unveiled the IMQ concept crossover, equipped with its award-winning e-POWER system, and announced it will launch the electrified powertrain technology in Europe.


Nissan LEAF first electric car to pass 400,000 sales

The Nissan LEAF today became the first electric car in history to surpass 400,000 sales, solidifying the model’s leading role in the global shift toward more sustainable mobility.

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