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Nissan has been one of the proponents of electric vehicles, having almost 300,000 units of the all-electric drive Leaf hatchback. The Leaf’s second generation offers even greater range and a new suite of safety features. Building on the Leaf’s electric and Nissan’s Intelligent Driving, which include autonomous vehicles, is the Nissan IMx. The IMx is […]
Manila, Philippines – Three years after its local launch, the Nissan X-TRAIL continues to offer an unparalleled experience for adventure-seeking families thanks to new enhancements and Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies. Nissan Philippines, Inc. has released an enhanced version of the popular compact crossover with new Nissan Intelligent Mobility features and styling upgrades to enhance its […]
Nissan Philippines has launched the refreshed, enhanced X-Trail SUV. The new X-Trail is the first Nissan vehicle in the Philippines to be integrated with the largest range of available advanced Intelligent Mobility technologies. These include electronic driver assistance for enhanced active safety, including forward collision warning and automated emergency braking. .Styling has been revised inside […]
DETROIT— Nissan is turning over a new Leaf, adding 43 miles (69 kilometers) of range to the world’s top-selling electric car while dropping its price to undercut Tesla’s Model 3 and the Chevrolet Bolt. But the new Leaf, due out in the U.S. early next year, won’t be able to match its prime competitors in […]
Nissan announced today that the widely anticipated new Nissan LEAF will come with e-Pedal, a revolutionary technology that transforms the way we drive. With the flip of a switch, the technology turns your accelerator into an e-Pedal, allowing drivers to accelerate, decelerate and stop using just the e-Pedal. e-Pedal technology is the world’s first one-pedal […]
Despite being seen as at the cutting edge of automotive technology, Honda has been comparatively quiet on the topic of autonomous driving, compared with fellow Japanese carmakers Toyota and Nissan.
The system works at cruising speed when the road is clear but is equally competent in congested stop-start situations when traffic is backed up.
The original R32 GTR was coined “Godzilla” due to its sheer dominance in the Australian Touring Car Series, which subsequently saw this Nissan vehicle banned due to its all-wheel drive advantage.
Actor Margot Robbie has been revealed as Nissan’s new electric vehicle (EV) ambassador by racing the carmaker’s radical all-electric BladeGlider sports car around the world-famous Monaco Grand Prix circuit, at midnight. The prototype 190km/h Nissan BladeGlider, which hits 100km/h in less than five seconds, challenges the conventional thinking of what an all-electric sports car could […]
“Choimobi Yokohama” is a new round-trip car rental service that will let anyone with a driver’s license, credit card and smartphone borrow a compact electric city car. The new service, which officially launches on Friday, uses Nissan’s ultra-compact New Mobility Concept cars that are based on the Renault Twizzy. The car uses a one-plus-one seating […]