Nissan gives autonomous car timetable, vows to seize market opportunities created by rise of mega-cities.
The doors open for "Ladies First" dealerships in Japan.
Datsun launches its first car for Indonesia market, the Datsun GO+, producing it at its new plant in Purwakarta.
Bo Andersson, president of Russian carmaker AVTOVAZ, is the first foreign chief of the nation's No.1, which is part of the Renault-Nissan Alliance's ambitious plans for the market as a sales and production hub.
This week, we cover Nissan's celebration of the 100,000th Nissan LEAF sold globally with owner profiles, and truck fans redefine the Nissan Titan in Las Vegas.
Nissan Teana Makes Japan Debut at Nissan Global Headquarters.
This week, Nissan's debuts its demo of autonomous driving; we catch up with the very first Nissan LEAF owner; and Nissan in Myanmar.
This week the Dashboard On the Road comes to you from Myanmar, where we take a look at the rapid transformation of its auto industry and detail Nissan's plans in its newest market.
This week, Nissan sets its sights on Myanmar; Infiniti reveals runway-ready Q50s; and the first Nissan Art Award.
Nissan Motor Company CEO Carlos Ghosn spoke to the Global Media Center in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, on plans to build a plant with partner Tan Chong Group.
This week, the master craftsmen behind Nissan GT-R engines; production milestones in Mexico; Busan readies for the Rogue; and winning tips from racing driver Lucas Ordonez.
Nissan Motor CEO Carlos Ghosn says the relaunch of Datsun in India will be a cornerstone to expansion in the country.
The Dashboard this week takes a closer look at the return of Datsun next week in India, as well as a safety driving forum in the nation of 1.2 billion.
Take a visit to Togliatti, home to top Russian carmaker AvtoVAZ and a crossroads for the Renault-Nissan Alliance.
This week, Tesla's Elon Musk demonstrates battery swapping; the U.S. Department of Energy calculates savings for EV owners; and look out for Rolls-Royce on the streets of Manila.
China's one-child families have the auto industry tailoring products for the 240-million strong generation, with Nissan's Friend-ME concept debuting in Shanghai.
This week the Dashboard On the Road visits northern Japan, where we look at the state of recovery two years after an earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear disaster hit the region.
The Dashboard Digest this week highlights a breakthrough in high-tensile steel, the one millionth visitor this year to Nissan's Gallery and EV lessons from the dawn of the petrol era.
The all-electric Nissan Leaf recently passed a sales landmark of 50,000 cars, but Nissan Vice President Billy Hayes says the company wants to build and sell more.
Nissan EVP Andy Palmer talks about the importance of the all-new Teana for China and expectations for the world's biggest auto market.
On Tuesday, February 26, Nissan and Nismo will unveil the next generation of performance. Please join us.
Infiniti President Johan de Nysschen details the new products and technologies changing the game for the premium brand.
Tune in to this link from the North American International Auto Show to watch a livestream of the Infiniti Q50 debut Monday in Detroit.
The largest gathering of EV owners in Japanese history was a perfect chance to speak with Nissan's s Corporate Vice President of Zero Emissions Hideaki Watanabe.
Nissan Technical College and Kondo Racing form a partnership to take the checkered flag.
The Nissan Global Media Center presents this week's episode of The Dashboard, its program on cars, people, technologies, motorsports, and relationships that are changing the industry.
Returning a leased car is about to become easier for customers as dealers now have a new app called RPM Mobile that allows return simply by cell phone or tablet.
The Moscow auto salon reflects the nation's rising economic fortunes, and Nissan's Francois Bancon offers insights on what it means for Russia ahead.
Riders from the professional RadioShack Nissan Trek cycling team, in town for the Amgen Tour of California, swung by the newly-opened Nissan of San Francisco, owned and operated by another ‘racing’ great, Roger Penske.
At a Nissan Tokyo dealership, Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn talked with the Global Media Center about Nissan's expanding dealership network, what makes a great customer experience and the markets that will drive the automaker's sales through its Nissan Power 88 mid-term plan.
Kondo Racing and Nissan Automobile Technical College put Japanese students training to become mechanics into the fast lane at Twin Ring Motegi. Nissan Global Media Center spoke with the college's principal Atsushi Tanaka, and Masahiko Kondo, team director of Kondo Racing, as well as the students, on the project that looks to take the classroom to the speedway.
Infintii unveiled its long-wheel base M model at the Beijing auto show on Monday, and Nissan Moto Executive Vice President Andy Palmer spoke with the Global Media Center on plans ahead for China, including the production of two models in the nation from 2014.
Japan's March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami completely destroyed the Nissan Prince Miyagi dealership where Keiji Endo was manager. We caught up with Endo-san to discuss the recovery.
In June 2011, we interviewed Hiroyuki Sato, general manager at Nissan Prince Miyagi, just three months after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami devastated much of the Tohoku region. Last week, we caught up with Sato-san once again to discuss progress made over the last year.
To coincide with CEO Carlos Ghosn’s visit to Nissan’s engine plant in Iwaki this week, the Global Media Center hired a LEAF electric car to get an on-the-road view of the Tohoku region’s ongoing recovery. Here’s the third and final installment from our road trip.
To coincide with CEO Carlos Ghosn’s visit to Nissan’s engine plant in Iwaki on Monday – now more than one year after the disasters of March 2011 – the Global Media Center hired a LEAF electric car to get an on-the-road view of the Tohoku region’s ongoing recovery. Here’s the second installment from our road trip.
The Global Media Center took time out to visit one of the bigger car dealerships in Jakarta and asked our dealers which models are popular with customers and the kind of features they’re looking for when buying a car.