Nissan e.dams driver Sebastien Buemi scored a podium in round seven of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship, as racing returned from its Covid-19 hiatus with the first of three double-headers in Berlin. With teammate Oliver Rowland taking P7 in today’s race, and Buemi P7 in round six the day before, the team takes away 31 championship points. Buemi [...]
Nissan is giving customers yet another reason to love their electric cars: the ability to pay for parking with electricity. In a global first, electric vehicle drivers will be able to discharge power from their car’s battery pack to pay for parking while visiting the Nissan Pavilion exhibition space in Yokohama. The venue opens to the public tomorrow.
Nissan today introduced the all-new Nissan Ariya, an electric crossover SUV that lets customers travel farther while enjoying greater driving excitement, confidence and comfort, and connectivity. With a 100% electric powertrain, the Nissan Ariya promises powerful acceleration and smooth, quiet operation. Drivers and passengers can relax and enjoy the ride thanks to autonomous driving technology, concierge-level assistance, seamless connectivity and a spacious, lounge-like interior. With an estimated range of up to 610 kilometres1, the no-compromise Ariya is perfect for daily commutes and weekend road trips alike.
Nissan’s pioneering vehicle-to-grid technology has arrived in Australia. With a new major government trial set to showcase the Nissan LEAF’s ability to supply energy needs, and even deliver power back to the grid, thanks to its factory-delivered bi-directional charging capability.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and Sunwoda Electric Vehicle Battery Co., Ltd. will begin studying joint development of next-generation vehicle batteries for Nissan’s e-POWER vehicles.
Nissan e.dams is ready to resume racing in August at Tempelhof Airport in Berlin, with an unprecedented three double-headers as season finale. This exciting showdown in Berlin will see each pair of races use a different track configuration and will complete Formula E’s revised season six calendar.
– It's more than a redesign; this is what it means to go Rogue. Catch the debut of the all-new 2021 Nissan Rogue on Nissan News USA on Monday, June 15, 2020 at 9 a.m. EDT. Rogue is sold in other countries as X-Trail, the small-to-medium SUV. The current Rogue has been with US buyers since 2013 and was overdue for replacement based on Nissan’s normal model cycle.
It’s called Nissan e-4ORCE, a revolutionary new all-wheel control technology, assisting – and empowering - drivers of all skill levels by providing instant torque to all four wheels and delivering balanced, predictable power in any situation.
Ailing Japanese Car maker, NISSAN plans to increase profit to 5% on the way to 6% after many years of neglect, and sagging income
Above: This Week's Car Review - 2020 Mitsubishi ASX Exceed The exciting SUV that defined a whole new vehicle segment is back to reinvent it, with the all-new Nissan JUKE ready to launch in Australia. Combining a powerful yet efficient new engine, a stylish and spacious interior, and a bold, youthful design, the all-new [...]