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July, 2019

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Nissan unveils new Skyline with ProPILOT 2.0 driver assistance system

Nissan today unveiled a new Nissan Skyline, with updated styling and ProPILOT 2.0 technology – the world’s first driver assistance system to combine navigated highway driving with hands-off single-lane driving capabilities.

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Nissan e.dams finishes debut season on high note

Nissan e.dams continued its impressive run of podium results with a third-place finish today for Sebastien Buemi – a result which elevated him to second place in the ABB FIA Formula E driver's championship standings.

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New Nissan LEAF lands in Australia

The new Nissan LEAF has arrived in Australia and will go on sale at 89 Dealers nationally – the largest electric vehicle network in the country.

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Nissan LEAF plays key role in Latin America’s first V2G system

The 100% electric Nissan LEAF is playing a key role in Latin America's first bidirectional vehicle charging system, launched in Chile in cooperation between ENEL X, the Energy Sustainability Agency and Nissan.

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Nissan reveals tougher, smarter and more efficient Navara

Nissan has today released more information on the enhanced Nissan Navara pickup truck, on sale now across Europe. An array of upgraded technologies ensure the Navara is top of the class in the pick-up truck sector, alongside an industry-leading pan-European 5 year / 160,000km warranty as standard.

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2020 Nissan GT-R NISMO put to the test

Nissan recently invited members of the media to EuroSpeedway Lausitz, a race track in Germany and the surrounding environs, to accomplish one goal: experience the precision engineering of the new 2020 GT-R NISMO in the region that highlights it best.

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Nissan to host 4th edition of Nissan Art Award

Five emerging artists have been selected as finalists for the Nissan Art Award 2020, to be held next year to celebrate and promote contemporary Japanese art.

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