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Datsun Rises at India Auto Expo 2014

The opening of the India Auto Expo near Delhi crowned a hectic few days for Datsun, culminating with the debut of the all-new redi-GO CONCEPT.


Nissan Heritage Car Parade in Yokohama

More than a hundred Nissan and Datsun heritage cars gathered for a 10-km parade in Yokohama to mark Nissan Motor Corporation's 80th Anniversary.


Autonomous Highway Star

Nissan's Autonomous Drive makes a first on Japan's highways.


Prime Minister Goes Public with Autonomous Drive Car

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Rides in Nissan's Autonomous Drive Car in First Public Road Test.


All in a DAYZ

New minicars from Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors rolled off the production line Monday, soon to compete in a category that accounts for 40% of Japan's car market.


Port of Call: Yokohama

Japan's biggest marine industry event kicked off Thursday, as the latest in motorboats, sailboats, catamarans and outboard engines went on display.


NISMO's HQ Opens

Nismo is opening its new headquarters Tuesday, but late in January some top executives had a sneak peak at how things were shaping up at its sword-themed site.

The Japanese yen has surged since 2008

A Yen for Japan Inc.

Expectations are high for Japan's new Prime Minister to get Japan's economy back on track and deliver a competitive yen rate for manufacturers.

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Employing Diversity

Increasing workforce diversity is of growing importance to global Japanese businesses that want to deliver local products tailored to consumers needs. At a recent event at Nissan's Technical Center in Atsugi, executives from Nissan, Toshiba and P&G addressed why, and how to make it work.

COO Toshiyuki Shiga delivers FY2012 2Q Results at Global Headquarters.

Another Look at the Numbers

Nissan released results for the first half of the financial year Tuesday, and the Global Media Center spoke with COO Toshiyuki Shiga on the numbers and the outlook ahead.

COO Toshiyuki Shiga delivers FY2012 2Q Results at Global Headquarters.

Nissan Sees $3.6 bln H1 Profit, Trims Forecast

Nissan announced first-half financial results Tuesday, posting an operating profit of 287 billion yen, or $3.61 billion, down 7.3% on year.

2012 CEATEC at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan.

Charging CEATEC

Nissan has presented at CEATEC since 2007. But this year's attendance of three automakers at Japan's largest event showcasing electronics and IT, establishes cars as the newest - and biggest - of consumer electronics.

The Japanese yen has surged since 2008

Living with the Yen

With the yen near record-high levels against rival currencies, Japan's automakers are boosting efficiency in Japan by shifting output from traditional strongholds.


Suzuka 5-0

Racing fans filled the stands of Suzuka to mark the 50th anniversary of Japan's legendary circuit, with historic cars including the 1964 Skyline GT.


Take Note: Nissan's New Hatchback Begins Production

Nissan marked the start of Japan production of the all-new Note at a ceremony in Kyushu on Tuesday, a few days ahead of the hatchback’s sales debut.

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.

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