Nissan’s Z car lineup is one of the most historic recognizable model in the industry. Spanning two brands and a number of sporty coupes, Nissan knows a new Z is inevitable, and is in the process of building one. According to Motoring, the seventh generation Z, aka the Z35, will be sharper and more precise […]Read more "Next Generation Nissan Z rumored to have a Hybrid Engine"
Nissan showed off its new Smart View rear-view mirror as part of Nissan Product Day, a preview of all new Nissan vehicles. Smart View will appear first as an accessory, and it replicates what you see out the rear-view mirror but without the headrests, window pillars, luggage or people getting in the way. It normally […]Read more "Nissan’s Smart View to come as an Accessory for 2015 Models!"
Nissan has launched a new marketing campaign this week with American rock and reality star Bret Michaels, for its line of rugged commercial vans. The comprehensive “Tough Love” digital and print effort breaks July 31 across a variety of social media and digital platforms, including AOL, Google, Fortune, Entrepreneur, Inc., Bizo, KBB, Edmunds, Cars Direct […]Read more "Nissan Launches “Tough Love” Commercials with Rock Icon Bret Michaels!"
With most of its small and high-volume models redesigned, Nissan will begin rolling out freshened and re-engineered versions of its larger models and trucks. In addition, over the next two years, Nissan will bring its lower-volume products up to date and take another step into hybrid-electric models. Nissan will deliver a new-generation Murano crossover, Maxima […]Read more "Nissan to revamp it’s Larger Models in 2015-2016!"
The Nissan Cube’s weirdness was likely both its chief selling point and its Achilles Heel, but Autoblog sources say that after a six-year run in the US, they are removing the Cube from the Nissan lineup. This was not unexpected though as there was confirmation from Nissan Canada that it was pulling the plug on […]Read more "No more Nissan Cube after 2014!"
Parking in a tight spot and driving on crowded highways can be frustrating. But within a few years, Nissan cars will be able to do all the work for you. The Japanese car maker is gearing up to introduce vehicles that can park themselves and give you a break in traffic by 2016, CEO Carlos […]Read more "Expect to see Self-Parking Cars by 2016 from Nissan!"