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Before leaving for a business trip to Japan last Monday, Ramesh Narasimhan—who was appointed president and managing director of Nissan Philippines, Inc. (NPI) only two years ago in April 2016—answered two questions emailed to him by Inquirer Motoring.
Nissan and Italdesign have created a new prototype vehicle – the Nissan GT-R50 by Italdesign – in their first-ever collaboration. Based on a production 2018 Nissan GT-R NISMO model, the unique car commemorates the 50th anniversaries of both the GT-R and Italdesign and will make its debut in Europe next month. Here’s the news from Nissan: […]
Whether Metro Manila is ready or not for zero emission motoring, Nissan and Mitsubishi are coming to town with their fully electric vehicles (EVs).
Nissan has issued a recall for vehicles with potentially defective airbags. Here’s the news from Nissan: In keeping with its commitment to the safety of its customers, Nissan Philippines, Inc. (NPI), continues its efforts to implement the global service campaign for selected Nissan vehicles with potential defective airbags. Through the service campaign, Nissan customers can have their […]
Nissan is joining the seven-seat SUV party with the all-new Terra. The Terra will be the first vehicle from Nissan’s frame and LCV division to launch under the company’s midterm plan, Nissan M.O.V.E to 2022, when the vehicle premieres in China this spring. Nissan’s frame and LCV business unit, made up of frame SUVs, […]
No matter if the Philippines’ power producers and distributors charge among the highest electricity rates in the Asian region, Filipinos are still among the region’s most eager buyers of electric vehicles (EVs). That is, if EVs were already available locally.
Nissan has revealed plans to add six new fully-electric vehicles to the portfolios of the Nissan and Infiniti brands over the next five years.
HumanDrive will see the AI system being responsible for everything, which means steering, braking, speed, road position and decision-making, among others.
The Nissan Juke might not be everyone’s idea of a stylish crossover, but it’s hard to argue with the sales success the Nissan has enjoyed worldwide since it went into production in 2010.
Nissan has announced it’s having success with developing technology that will enable vehicles to be controlled by interpreting signals from the driver’s brain.