May, 2012

Headlights on the new Nissan Altima automatically turn on after four wiper cycles

Details Matter

Often it is a feature that is not thought about until it is needed, but windshield wiper function matters to drivers, especially in rainy and cold climates.

Taxi of Tomorrow displayed at Nissan HQ.

Taxi’s Global Roadshow Makes Japan Stop

Nissan’s Taxi of Tomorrow, New York City’s next-generation cab, visited the Yokohama headquarters Tuesday, taking Japanese media for a spin.


EVP Katagiri on Record Growth in April

EVP for Global Sales Takao Katagiri discusses the major drivers of Nissan's record growth in April - and the top markets worldwide - with the Global Media Center.

Charging Point

Charging Ahead

A Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors-led consortium met in Tokyo this week to put a spark into their CHAdeMo high-speed charging roll out plans, with global customers updating on infrastructure.


Nurburgring 24-Hour Race Highlights

Nurburging hosted the No.23 Nissan GT-R Club Track Edition with Michael Krumm, Toshio Suzuki, Kazuki Hoshino and Tetsuya Tanaka, and the No. 123 Nissan GT-R Club Track Edition, with Lucas Ordonez, Kazunori Yamauchi, Yasukichi Yamamoto and Tobias Schulze, which finished first in the SP8T class.

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Nissan Innovation Makes Tire Inflation Easy

A new federal study shows under-inflated tires triple drivers risk of an accident, so Nissan recently introduced the “Easy Fill Tire Alert” system as a standard on its 2013 Altima, a way to help motorists maintain optimum tire pressure.


Nissan to Produce 100% Electric Van in Barcelona

The all-electric e-NV200 will be produced at Nissan's Barcelona facility from 2013, creating 700 new jobs and giving a timely boost to the Spanish economy.


Eyeing Expansion, Infiniti Opens Hong Kong Global Headquarters

Infiniti, the luxury arm of Nissan Motor Co., officially opened its new global headquarters in Hong Kong on Tuesday, signaling the rising importance of Asia for high-end automakers.

CEO Carlos Ghosn at the opening of Infiniti's Hong Kong global headquarters

Carlos Ghosn on Infiniti’s new Hong Kong headquarters

Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn discusses Infiniti’s new global headquarters and his outlook for the Chinese auto market.


Dealer Expansion Key to Nissan Power 88 Success

Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn met with customers and staff at a Tokyo dealership and accentuated the importance of a stronger global showroom network ahead.


Great Minds Think Electric

The 26th annual Electric Vehicle Symposium in Los Angeles (EVS26) is a show completely dedicated to electric vehicles in the newest shapes, colors, and sizes.


New 2013 Nissan Altima Begins Production in Tennessee

The newest Nissan Altima rolled off the line in Smyrna, Tenn. Tuesday, some 20 years and 4.4 million Altimas since the original model.

CEO Carlos Ghosn delivers FY11 results.

Record Global Sales Push Nissan Profits Beyond Forecast

Nissan posts operating profit of 545.8 billion yen, as record global sales push results beyond FY11 forecast.

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CEO Ghosn on FY11 Earnings and Record Growth

Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn discusses his take on the company's fiscal year 2011 financial results with Dan Sloan in the Global Media Center studio.


Infiniti and Magna Steyr Ink Vehicle Assembly Agreement

Infiniti, the luxury vehicle brand of the Nissan Motor Company, has signed a memo of understanding with Magna Steyr for the assembly of a future luxury compact vehicle.


Groundbreaking for Alliance Engine Plant Begins

The partnership between the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler reached a milestone with groundbreaking on a new manufacturing facility in Decherd, Tenn., which will produce Mercedes-Benz engines for Infiniti and Mercedes-Benz models.

The M LWB at the Infiniti booth in Beijing

Nissan, Infiniti Debut Models Prove Winners at the Beijing Motor Show

The new generation Nissan Sylphy and Infiniti's M long-wheel base win awards at the 2012 Beijing auto show.

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Nissan, GE Showcase Future Smart Grid with EVs

At the 2012 SAE World Congress, about 12,000 engineers from around the globe were in Detroit to talk about where the auto industry is going and how it is getting connected.

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