The Japan based car manufacturer revealed its concept of a Sports Sedan at the Detroit Motor Show and later showcased the same at the New York Auto Show. The vehicle is still in its production stages and will be ready to hit the markets in this fall. The sales will reportedly kick off in North […]Read more "2015 Nissan Maxima set to Revolutionize the Conventional Designs of Nissan!!"
What is the Nissan Frontier Diesel? Known as the Navara in Asia, the original Frontier debuted in North America in 1986. Up until 2004, it was considered a compact truck. The current generation, which was introduced in 2004 is now classified as a midsize pickup. Nissan Frontier Diesel Price & Specs Rumour has it that […]Read more "What to expect with the 2015 Nissan Frontier Diesel!"
At a recent model testing of Nissan’s entire current lineup, people were able to get a first-hand impression ranging from the tiny Micra to the mighty Titan pickup. Needless to say, the waiting period to climb into any of the available GT-R sports coupes was a lengthy one. Nissan’s two-door sports coupe, which replaced the […]Read more "First Impressions of the 2015 Nissan GT-R Nismo!"
Nissan officially opened its satellite design studio in Rio de Janeiro today. Located at Nissan Brazil’s headquarters, the Nissan Design America Rio studio (NDA-R) is tasked with researching materials and styling and is already contributing to future development projects. Taro Ueda, Vice President of Nissan Design America (NDA), led the opening ceremony. The studio opening […]Read more "Nissan Inaugurates Satellite Design Studio in Brazil"
GT Academy Middle East judge Abdo Feghali, aka Dado, aka King of Drift, shows the new international recruits how to boss an epic drift in a 370Z. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jVx8hcoANA&list=UUaTxfj0BzL-MaCy-YUqPRoQ Salman Al Khater won the first GT Academy Middle East competition in 2012. He has won an international endurance race and, along with Ashley Oldfield and Tomas […]Read more "The King of Drift at the Nissan GT Academy Finals!"